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"The critics don't know. The creators don't know. The kids get to see a giant explosion!" We debate the true meaning of this 1968 Caldecott Award winner.
"Dying ain't important. Everybody does that. What matters is how well you do your living." Today on the podcast we discuss this Caldecott Honor-winning Lester/Pinkney collaboration and compare it to other John Henrys that are out there.
On today's podcast episode we discuss armless nuns, "piles of water," and the fact that the true moral of this story appears halfway through the book.
In what may be our most vitriolic debate so far, this podcast episode focuses on a 1994 release with what is clearly a divisive message.
Come enjoy the happiest version of Animal Farm to date (now 100% pig free!).
The dino in question. With Syd Hoff's best known creation coming to movie studios everywhere soon, we figured now was the time to determine if Danny & Co. deserve their shot at the big time.
"A walk down memory lane of what life was like in 1916". Not a plot forward story, exactly. Today on the podcast we examine William Steig's last book and judge how well it stands up to scrutiny.
Live from the American Library Association Annual Conference we record an episode that delves deep into Sandra Boynton's first book (and its update)!
If you were asked to write up a list of picture books classics by BIPOC creators, what titles would come immediately to mind? Culled from the Fuse 8 n' Kate podcast, here are our contenders.
"He doesn't want friends. He wants followers". With the help of our fantastic guest artist Jerrold Connors, we take a very deep dive into the rare Fleischman/Hawkes collaboration.