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Innovative library outreach can take all kinds of forms. Today we talk with the creators of Wimee, and discuss how libraries and outside innovators can work together in all new ways.
Poetry and friendship. Family and legacy. The story behind the collaboration of Jerry Pinkney, Nikki Grimes, Brian Pinkney, and Charnelle Pinkney may be one of the finest you read all year.
One of my favorite parts of this job is talking to picture book creators about their art. But you know what's even better than that? Talking to picture book creators about other picture book creators.
Fresh off of its National Book Award nomination, we're talking today with the authors behind a book about the 1963 March on Washington on the cusp of its 60th anniversary.
"...we are better working together, but this in itself is a skill that needs to be practiced over and over again." We're talking Iñupiaq origin myths with author/illustrator Nasuġraq Rainey Hopson today!
Dinosaur paleontology: a science mediated by illustrators. Today we're talking with multi-talented Sean Rubin about dinos and an upcoming book that explains how we get them a little more right with every generation.
"Kindred meets When You Reach Me." Today we talk with Kekla Magoon about her latest time traveling title and reveal her cover as well.
In celebration of Stead and Mass's latest collaboration, enjoy this dual interview and excerpt from THE LOST LIBRARY.
Nine award-winning authors and illustrators are heading off to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. I talk with the Roccos about the origins of the CBCC.
Today Carole Lindstrom, Caldecott Award-winning author, discusses her dual biography of Grandma Josephine and Autumn Peltier.