Today I've the very great pleasure to premiere for you an excerpt from the upcoming R.L. Stine short story collection STINETINGLERS. Look for it soon!
Today I'm seriously fangirling out over getting to interview Richard Fairgray about his Black Sand Beach series. Like creepy middle grade horror? You ain't seen anything like this.
The third part in our series highlighting smaller publishers and their upcoming lists. Today we look at Child's Play, Cicada, and Creston Books
There is an art to a collected biography. Today, I interview author Veeda Bybee about a 2023 release that gets the genre right.
"Maybe the difference is that in this book, love has unintended consequences." On this, the 10-year-anniversary of Dragons Love Tacos I talk with the creators on what makes it such a success.
How do you even go about writing a Holocaust memoir for kids these days? What do you include? What don't you? I talk with Danica Davidson about her collaboration with Auschwitz survivor Eva Mozes Kor.
Board books hold a special place in my heart, so it is my very great pleasure to present to you today some of the stand outs of 2022. Betcha you see something new on this list you haven't seen before!
Microaggressions and outright racism vie for space on the pages of the last book Langston Hughes ever worked on: A picture book. Never heard of it? Is there a reason? We take a deep dive in.
Part Two in our ongoing series of titles coming out this fall from smaller publishers
In Zia Erases the World author Bree Barton takes on that challenge. Her concept is small, even silly, when you hear it. But the implications? You may find yourself grasping for words to describe them.