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A book that had me laughing and biting my nails in turn. Hard to think of any other title to compare to this.
Today, I've the very great pleasure to be talking with Eerdmans Books for Young Readers Editorial Director Kathleen Merz alongside the award-winning translator Lawrence Schimel about the EBYR Stories from Latin America series that's coming out this year.
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.
Today M.T. Anderson discusses why it is that pet books are both a genre that’s often trivialized or dismissed, and a genre that may contain some of the most important writing there is.
A book that takes a pretty basic concept and strings it along to its impossible, illogically logical, end. For some kids, this is going to be the book they remember for the rest of their lives.
In the 17 years in which I've had this blog, I've accrued a large number of images. Today, we start breaking them down for display ideas.
With all the talk of middle grade novels and the need for concise reads, Torrey Maldonado stands as the king of such texts. We talk with him today.
Come enjoy the happiest version of Animal Farm to date (now 100% pig free!).
Yesterday I got a little silly. I took all the 2023 children's book titles that sounded similar to me and I made a video out of them. And THIS . . . this was the product at the end of the day. Enjoy or condemn (it's all the same to me)