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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Marissa Bader’s picture book, The Only Me, is a great way to start conversations about being yourself—for twins or any siblings!
In this interview, Desiree Blanchard discusses My Home Filled With Love, an inclusive 38-page children’s book that shows healthy, loving relationships.
My Home Filled With Love is an inclusive, 38-page children’s book that shows what healthy, loving relationships look and sound like.
Pebbles and the Biggest Number is a thoughtful combination of adventure, STEM, and social learning – perfect for home or the classroom.
The Runaway Snowball, by Justin Robin, is a fun and funny story to get everyone in the mood for the winter months to come.
The Guardian of The Crystal Skull is an exciting and thought-provoking new addition to the magic realism genre for middle-grade readers.
Diary of a Martian is a science fiction story perfect for middle-grade readers—exciting, exotic, and perfect for space and alien enthusiasts.
A Little More Beautiful: The Story of a Garden is a picture book that does, indeed, leave the world a little more beautiful than it found it.
In this interview, Carole talks about how she comes up with ideas for her stories and creating Henrietta Hedgehog’s Prickly Problem.
Henrietta Hedgehog’s Prickly Problem is a delightful picture book with a social-emotional message that makes it a beneficial tool for classrooms.