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What is the worst case scenario for a website that isn't renewed? If you create books for kids in any way, please listen to today's warning.
In the mood for something scary? Today we premiere the story by fifth grader Clara J. that won the R.J. Stine Stinetinglers contest for kids.
IBBY, the International Board on Books for Young People, mobilizes when countries are in crisis. This year they talk about their work and I am here for it.
I am so pleased and honored to bring to you today a post as part of the Sydney Taylor Book Award Blog Tour of 2023. And to make matters even better, the person that I was granted to host today is none other than the fantastic, amazing, one-of-a-kind, singular Mari Lowe.
When you were a child, what food or drink sounded delicious in a book, but wildly disappointed you when you tried it? We count down the Top 10 contenders (as well as some Honorable Mentions).
Join me for a live pre-show discussion of the Newbery and Caldecott contenders before they're announced on Monday, January 30th!
Is blogging dead? If so, where does that leave the children's literature bloggers that remain? I consider the future and realize that blogging, however diminished, continues to fill a vital need.
I was just looking through some random files in my library, when I made a shocking discovery . . .
Picture book creators Hanh Bui and Minnie Phan join us to discuss their upcoming picture book release, and why Vietnamese representation is something we need to see more.
It's that time again! Time for the silliest post I do all year. When knitting needles look wrong in a picture book, you know I'll be there to catalog it.