It’s National Poetry Month this April and what better way to celebrate than a chat with author, poet, and creative writing instructor Karen Benke.
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The Children’s Book Review is delighted to welcome Susannah Terrell French to our tree house today. She is an environmental lawyer and the award-winning author of Operation Redwood, a high adventure novel about four determined children who take on big business to save a redwood forest.
We’re overjoyed to welcome way cool, award-winning author Megan McDonald to The Children’s Book Review today. Much like her most famous character, McDonald has enjoyed a good luck streak of her own with her bestselling Judy Moody and Stink series. Don’t be fooled though, she’s worked hard to become such a talented writer.
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.
Robert Wilder has published essays in Newsweek, Details, Salon, Parenting, Creative Nonfiction, Working Mother and elsewhere. Rob has been a commentator for NPR’s Morning Edition, The Madeleine Brand show, and On Point. He lives in Santa Fe with his cool family. We’re very grateful to him for sharing his all-time favorite family pick with us.
Judi is a beloved former teacher and author of a terrifically sweet and funny picture book entitled Twitch.
When I think of exceptional YA bloggers, Jennifer Hubert Swan always comes to mind. You will definitely want to add her selections to your spring reading list.
Hip-hip-hooray Emily Franklin is in The Children’s Book Review house today! Thanks to Emily for her marvelous list of books we’ll soon be looking up.
Arrrgh mateys, it’s time to climb aboard the Flying Dragon as Captain No Beard returns with a tale of friendship and patience.
For February, a romantic month indeed, we’re thrilled Clementine Bojangles of Early Nerd Special could share her choosiest new YA selections with us. Enquiring minds want to know…