School may be out but that doesn't mean we stop appreciating our lunch ladies. Jarrett Krosoczka joins us for a discussion of School Lunch Hero Day and all that that entails.
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.
"Part of the appeal of forests, for me, is that as soon as you enter them and go a few feet, the outside world disappears. They are liminal spaces where anything can happen. You can go in one person, and come out another." A talk with Jenn Reese.
This appears to be our first Raschka title, which is funny considering how many Caldecott Honors and Awards he's garnered over the years. Listen in if you want to hear the correct pronunciation of the title of Yo! Yes?, the choices made with the typography, and some truly awful bird calls.
The heart of this book isn’t walls or floors or windows but the people that lived alongside them. Speculation yields a carefully, even meticulously rendered story of an average white farm family, living life in a home, until time takes its toll and we all have to wrestle with what that means.
If the name "Dan Gemeinhart" is ringing some bells for you, there might be a good reason for that. Perhaps you remember a little number by the name of The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise? Today we reveal the first six pages of his latest novel THE MIDNIGHT CHILDREN. Check it out!
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!