This article is mostly about separating colors for print by hand (about which David Weisner has said “Horrors!”), as was done years ago. And a
On February 14th Diana Haneski, the library media specialist at Margery Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, saved the lives of fifty students and
This is the second part of an interview with the amazingly talented Emberley family, all of whom have careers in the children’s book field. In
An exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum showcases a career. Ed and Barbara Emberley started a family of successful children’s book creators.
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: Valentine’s Day seems like the perfect day to write about and share my love of picture books and talk about the illustrator
Grace Lin may not know it yet, but she can heal a tortured heart. This is a power that the best creators of books for
Last summer, I was honored to be selected as the illustrator for the NESCBWI17 logo. The logo is used as a Facebook header, profile icon and general
Recently I traveled almost the length of Cuba on a people to people, educational tour, something only possible recently because I am an American.
I don’t know how you guys have been in the last couple weeks, but I’ve been feeling confused and a bit lost. Half the time
Even though I spend most of my work hours pursuing writing and illustration, I find that sometimes I need to trick myself into making sure
Guest Post by Rob Broder, Ripple Grove Press, and Piotr Parda “I never read. I just look at pictures.” – Andy Warhol Wordless, adjective: without
Ben Clanton’s newest book, IT CAME IN THE MAIL, is out today! When the book came in the mail at our house, Sammy and I
I just got back from another amazing conference – this time, it was the 21st Century Children’s Nonfiction Conference, held this year at Iona College
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: Abby, I read about you on a Nerdy Book Club post and was so touched by your experience teaching in a