Chris Grabenstein talks about his new hilarious picture book No Is All I Know and the latest book in The Smartest Kid in the Universe series: Evil Genius.
Author: Bianca Schulze
The Story of Ferdinand is such an inspiration because of the way it highlights the importance of staying true to yourself and your beliefs.
Grace Lin’s The Year of the Dog is an enchanting tale filled with heartwarming moments that captivate readers from start to finish.
Virginia Lee Burton won the Caldecott Medal in 1943 for The Little House—the book is also a short animated film made by Disney in 1952.
Join us on the virtual book tour for multi-award-winning children’s book author Kimber Morgan’s picture book Chipper Sends Sunshine!
Vicki Willden-Lebrecht, founder and CEO of Bright Agency—an agency set up to do more than represent artists and authors—talks all about agenting.
The Invisible Boy is a great reminder of how easy it is to make another person feel special. Just a simple act of kindness can be all that is needed.
Eleanor Estes wrote 19 children’s books and one novel for adults. The Hundred Dresses won a Newbery Honor in 1945 and has never been out of print.
Come on now; it’s time to go crazy over One Crazy Summer—an excellent and moving book punctuated with humor in all the right places.
In this episode of The Growing Readers Podcast, María Castellucci Moore talks about Vivienne in Paris—winner of the Moms Choice Award.