Hope, Mindy, and Nonieqa are all members of the Soaring ’20’s group of talented and prolific authors, and each one continues to bring us picture (and other) books full of heart.
Carol Gordon Ekster writes picture books–all kinds of them, inspired by all sorts of different topics that engage her, and in turn, engage her young
Author Janet Lawler is always surprised by illustrations for her books, but she is grateful that artists add to her stories and create picture book magic.
At nearly 10 inches by 12 inches, Africa, Amazing Africa Country by Country, written by Atinuke and beautifully illustrated by Mouni Feddag, is the perfect coffee table book. But this book is so much more than a visual treat: it’s a lyrical and engaging nonfiction homage to Africa’s diversity of people, traditions, animals, and landscapes that is sure to delight children and adults alike.
Chelsea Lin Wallace and I met rather serendipitously over social media many months ago, and I do feel that fate was somehow at work in
To say Drew Daywalt is an accomplished author is an understatement. He has received 65 awards for his children’s writing, including the coveted E.B. White Read-Aloud Award and the Time Magazine Top 100 Best Children’s Books of All Time.
If you google VERB TENSE, you’ll find lists ranging from 12 to 16 confusing forms. Fortunately, writers of middle grade and young adult literature only
Are you a fan of gouache, like me? No, not goulash (though I am a fan of that, too, particularly on a cold day). I
When my family met in Costa Rica in November, I bought a charming picture book there by a well-known local author. It is inspiring to
Before you turn the page on 2021, please join me in reviewing a sample of the wonderful posts that were offered this past year.
I just finished reading several hundred picture books for my Cybils Award judging. Here are ten of my very favorites–perfect for gift giving and reading
In I AM TODAY, a young girl hears from adults that she is the future. But she doesn’t want to wait, so she starts making