Ellen Myrick's sharing books from 34 publishers so we're breaking this preview into parts. Today we feature titles coming out of Albatros and Barefoot Books.
How on earth do you turn a graphic novel into an audiobook? We sit down with Penguin Random House Audio's executive producer Nick Martorelli to get to the bottom of this tricky conundrum.
How well is this Caldecott Honor title remembered today? We take a look at a classic Myers & Myers work, considering its legacy and occasional fashion choice.
Years ago the author Claude Ponti wrote two short pieces. One was from the perspective of his maniacal chicken Blaze. The other from his greatest nemesis. Now both, translated by Lara Vergnaud, are on display for you today. Enjoy!
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.
How have we never done a Mercer Mayer book on the podcast before? We right a great wrong and go off on some fairly oblique tangents too.
The Last Mapmaker offers readers proof positive that you can write succinctly, sacrificing nothing, while showing your readers absolutely everything.
"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!
A list of SOME of my favorite comics of the year. Whether your looking for Anne of Green Gables updates, Ted Lasso-esque robots, or space cats, there's something for everyone here.