The Author and Illustrator Showcase
The Author Showcase is a special sponsored category dedicated to bringing awareness to as many children’s book authors and illustrators as possible, including mainstream, indie, and self-published authors and illustrators.
It’s time to foster a deeper awareness of the many authors and illustrators that are out there creating books for our young readers. This is your chance to discover many unexpected delights. Among the many Author Showcase articles on The Children’s Book Review, you can discover book reviews, author and illustrator interviews, book summaries, book trailers, and book related articles. All ages and genres are covered.
Here’s a little taste of what you can uncover in the Author Showcase:
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Marty and Lenny, by Tania Woznicki, is a good story and a valuable tool for teaching young people about empathy and kindness.
In this interview, we talk about Laura Smentana’s picture book, Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Ice Cream with Grandpa: A Loving Story for Kids about Alzheimer’s and Dementia is a comforting and supportive text to help kids understand changes.
I Want a Nickname reminds readers that they do not need to change to accommodate the convenience of others—they can be proud to be who they are.
Just in time for summer, Bakaasur – The Ice Cream (Maker) Monster is the perfect read for long, lazy, hot days … that might just end with ice cream!
Asha and Baz Meet Mary Sherman Morgan, Caroline Fernandez, is a fun, informative, and accessible way to explore history and science.
We Are Gems is a beautiful, powerful book that celebrates the voices and rights of not just Asian Americans, but all marginalized races in our society.
The Alphabet Grand Prix is a fun take on a classic alphabet book, sure to help car enthusiasts remember their letters. Bright and dynamic pencil illustrations.
Emma’s Sunflower is a story about nature, seasons, and growth, but there is also a more profound message hidden within the story, about impermanence.
Happy Jack – Sad Jack, by Mark M. Bello, is a virtuous story for teaching young readers how to advocate for themselves against bullies.