it's time to update the list of statues of children's book characters in America. Do you know of any new ones that I can include on my list?
"You get your story and you hold on to it, and every time you tell it, you forget it more.” We talk today with Andrew Knapp about his beloved Momo and the book he made once she was gone.
It's been a good year for dog books. As proof, you should probably check out The Rescues. I interview its three creators about bringing this monumentally cute story to life.
We dive deep into our first Karla Kuskin book and also our first Marc Simont book. Delightful fare with a very fun take on how horrible ties are to tie.
It's an embarrassment of riches! Not only do I interview Jorge Cham today but he's made an original comic for us as well! Check it all out.
What do you get when you combine a Newbery Award winner with a two-time Caldecott Award winner? You get a book coming out in July of 2024, that's what. And we have the cover!
Does a protagonist have to grab your attention to make you care? Jack Cheng reflects on the kids and characters that are a little more introverted.
“Make no more clouds. I have drawn the rainbow here.” Attend the tale of Bea Wolf, and a better comic for kids you're unlikely to find anywhere.
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.
Interested in studying in one of the finest children's literature libraries in the nation? Now's your chance!