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Daniel Handler, an author, screenwriter, and downright talented accordionist, is best known for his work under the pen name Lemony Snicket. In response to our questions about the wonderful new book “The Dark,” Handler serves us with his quirky humor and an entertaining interview. Enjoy!
Anne Rockwell and Melissa Iwai, author and illustrator (respectively) converse about their latest book, TRUCK STOP (Viking/Penguin, May 2013)
Michaela MacColl’s award-winning books include “Prisoners in the Palace,” “Promise the Night,” and her most recent novel “Nobody’s Secret.” A former resident of France, and Russian history expert, she’s a fascinating person and such a gem to share with our TCBR readers.
Carole P. Roman is the award-winning author of the “Captain No Beard” series. Roman talks to us about her latest children’s book series that aims to introduce kids to cultures around the world.
Kate Klimo is the author of many books for young readers. As a former VP and publisher of Random House Young Readers Group, she is also responsible for developing in-house brands like Magic Tree House and Junie B. Jones. We talked to Klimo about her newest DOG DIARIES series, in which each book tells a dog’s story from a dog’s point of view.
This Spring, the national celebration of Screen Free Week is April 29 – May 5. With 22 days to go, we are so incredibly lucky to chat with Newbery Medal winner Calre Vanderpool (MOON OVER MANIFEST, 2011) about her latest novel, NAVIGATING EARLY, and her thoughts on being screen free.
Steers introduced the first children’s book that he both wrote and illustrated, Tractor Mac Arrives at the Farm—originally published by Golden Books. He has continued to create and self-publish more children’s books in his Tractor Mac series. We talked to him about the inspiration behind the lovable Tractor Mac and why kids so readily embrace books about “things that go.”
Actor Neil Crone, best known for his roles in Disney’s Really Me, the Goosebumps television series and the voice for Diesel 10, Splatter and Gordon the Big Blue Engine in Thomas and the Magic Railroad has ventured into the world of children’s books with Who Farted? Stories in verse for big & little kids, published by Wintertickle Press.
Roam grew up in the small town, Treadwell, NY. Many of her extended family members resided within walking distance, including her grandmother, who would later inspire this special tale: A Remnant Surprise.