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Wombat Season Is Nigh: An Interview with Ratha Tep About WALLY, THE WORLD’S GREATEST PIANO-PLAYING WOMBAT
Wombats sure have a lot of skills, but tickling the ivories? We talk with author Ratha Tep about her latest title, the popularity of wombats, letting your kids quit piano, and more.
Giving Me Gruff: A Jon Klassen/Mac Barnett Interview About Their Latest Goat-Related Venture
If you like goats and you like Jon Klassen/Mac Barnett, this is the interview for you. We talk about why this fairy tale is more modern in its construction, who the true main character is, and more.
A collaborative title by Monica Edinger and Lesley Younge is seeing its release in spring of 2023. I have the interview and cover reveal here today.
Maybe an Artist? An Interview with Liz Montague, Creator of the Graphic Memoir You Cannot Miss
"You have to make the brain you have work for you." An interview today with Liz Montague, one of the few Black women writing graphic novel memoirs for kids and teens today.
Freedom and Glory: An Interview with The Story of Ukraine creators Olena Kharchenko, Michael Sampson and Polina Doroshenko
Coming in December, a book on Ukraine's national anthem and how it applies to their current straits today. I interview authors and illustrator about this exciting upcoming release.
Not your parents' Jackie Robinson biography. Meet the men behind the "myth-breaking" book CALL HIM JACK and hear why it's possible to write a heroic bio with nuance.
Today we're talking with author Suma Subramaniam about M.S. Subbulakshmi and the the complex process involved in simplifying a complicated life
If you're going to interview a kid on your blog, make it a memorable kid. Today we talk with child author Estela Juarez about how her mom's deportation led to speaking out against injustice.
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.
Speaking Up and Unreliable Vocal Chords: A Talk With Maulik Pancholy About NIKHIL OUT LOUD
Your average celebrity doesn't write a children's book and then almost immediately win a Stonewall Award. Not unless your name is Maulik Pancholy, that is. Today I talk with him about his latest MG title and a lot more.