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Today we talk with author Melissa Coffey about her debut pb title FRIDGE-OPOLIS, not because d new title FRIDGE-OPOLIS, not because it involves everybody's favorite icebox, but rather because the title has a take on food waste that I've not seen discussed before.
ay it is my very great pleasure to not only host the cover reveal for the sequel to the first Danbi book, Danbi's Favorite Day, but to also talk with author/illustrator Anna Kim about what it is that makes Danbi and her friends so amazingly appealing.
What's yummier than a book trailer reveal? An interview with its creators of course. Open wide and take a big bite out of today's talk.
"Maybe the difference is that in this book, love has unintended consequences." On this, the 10-year-anniversary of Dragons Love Tacos I talk with the creators on what makes it such a success.
When artists write picture books and encourage others to illustrate them, what's the reasoning? Today we've a beautiful interview with Eric Fan and Dena Seiferling on their upcoming NIGHT LUNCH and what this collaboration has entailed.
Chicago poet Harold Green III is switching from adult poetry to children's literature. Why the change and what does he hope to do? I have questions. He has answers.
Any book that combines the vernacular stylings of Alice Faye Duncan, the intricate hand sewn and illustrated art of Chris Raschka, and the rhythm and music of the Mississipi Delta is a book you need to hear more about right now.
"I want to make art, not taxidermy." A ribald talk with two greats in the field of children's literature. I reveal the cover of their latest: POLAR BEAR!
Process junkies, have I got a post for you today! A remarkable interview in which Meghan McCarthy breaks down how she created the epic and wonderful ACTION! about the birth of cinema.
Good news, process junkies. We're talking about how Molly Idle created her upcoming smash hit (at least I hope it is) Witch Hazel.