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"If this really is the ghost of the broom, I hope it hacks the men to pieces!" We're discussing another Chris Van Allsburg Halloween title and this one has a real creep factor AND heart as well.
This week's choice of book for the Halloween season has appeared year after year on the Bestseller Lists here in America. Never read it? Never fear!
For our 200th episode we consider the controversy surrounding Dr. Seuss and his most famous cat.
We consider this "Seamless amalgam" of the hands of Leo and Diane Dillon and the timeliness of this recent reprint.
Defenestration abounds in our consideration of both the original 1979 and its 2014 update.
Take a trip back in time with us to 1959 where Ball Boy and Stalker Sally go on a series of misadventures as his ball attempts to destroy itself in a myriad number of ways.
Keeping our Into the Woods quotes to a bare minimum we look at Paul O. Zelinsky's first major award winner.
Kate and I kvell at the wonder that is E.B. Lewis, discuss realism in picture book literature, and establish that yes, this book was indeed created in the 90s.
With its M. Night Shyamalan-esque twist and fondness for slips and magenta clogs, this first day of school title proves to be an excellent peek into the state of picture books circa 2000.
Could you publish a book today, originally, where a sibling relationship is anything other than sunshine and roses by its end? Kate and I consider the recently re-published I'll Fix Anthony.