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We return to a book by Ezra Jack Keats, and dive into this rainy day tale of apartment hallways and remarkably muted colors.
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I almost never do this, but today I'm looking at a book that came out a little while ago. Why? Because it's important and because author Jyoti Rajan Gopal took the time to talk to me about it.
Time to take a peek at a large array of Fall 2023 titles! It's the first part in our multi-part series, considering the upcoming lists from a slew of publishers!
Interview: Stephanie Rodriguez Talks Bronx, 00s Nostalgia, and More in Doodles from the Boogie Down
How do you fictionalize your own history while also making it pertinent and interesting to kids? Today we're talking with debut comic creator Stephanie Rodriguez about walking that line.
Fuse 8 n’ Kate: The Dead Bird by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrated by Remy Charlip AND Christian Robinson
Today we do our third Margaret Wise Brown book (after Goodnight Moon and Runaway Bunny), our second Remy Charlip (after Fortunately), and our very first Christian Robinson on this podcast!
Review of the Day: Simon Sort of Says by Erin Bow
This is for the kid who likes their humor to be complicated, their writing to be scintillating, and to never, ever, know what an author is going to do next.
Finding Answers: Leonard Marcus Looks at the Creation of Picture Book Worlds and Discusses the Global Children’s Illustration of PICTURED WORLDS
How do you decide which 101 illustrators from around the world to include in a single compendium? Today we talk to Leonard Marcus about his latest title PICTURED WORLDS and why worldwide art is important.
Becoming Ezra Jack Keats: Virginia McGee Butler Discusses the Creation of His First Full Biography
Can you believe that only now is there a complete biography of Ezra Jack Keats? I talk with its author Virginia McGee Butler about the fun of delving deep into the life of this beloved book creator.
What happens when a designer decides to make picture books? Hopefully something as memorable as this 1983 Ann Jonas release.