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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Cintia Alfonso Fior’s Moraline is a story about children’s voices and agency, and it speaks loudly about children’s rights and their power and responsibilities.
In this interview, Taylor Thompson, intrigued by Scandinavian culture, discusses SEAMS, her first adventure fantasy book.
One thing that I’ve always thought was interesting about writing is how authors end up putting little pieces of themselves into the characters they create.
Joe Leap: A Grasshopper Adventure in the Flint Hills of Kansas is a delightful new addition to DeAnn Melton’s growing list of nature stories.
The Dragon and the Unicorn, by Charly Froh, is a sweet, heart-warming story, perfect for teaching readers about friendship.
Tim DeRoche’s Tales of Whimsy, Verses of Woe has something for everyone and will delight readers who enjoy silly and macabre content!
In this discussion, Muzna Kazim talks about the inspiration for the series and offers great advice on traveling with neurotypical and neurodiverse children.
San Diego-based author Muzna Kazim created the character Moby, a jovial eight-year-old boy with autism who has travel anxiety.
Richard Wagner’s Needles, the Forgotten Christmas Tree is a lovely Christmas story, perfect reading for getting into the holiday mood.
In this interview, Medea discusses the sixth installment of the delightful Honeycake book series, Honeycake: A Helping Hand!