Join the conversation with author Josh Funk as he discusses the unique nuances between Dear Dragon and its spin-off Dear Unicorn.
E.L. Konigsburg’s novel, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, is unquestionably a work of true literary brilliance and remarkable storytelling.
In this interview, Rebecca Laxton discusses everything from activism and conservation efforts for young readers to The Metamorphosis of Emma Murry.
Emma is a warm, relatable character who shares an intimate picture of small-town life and involvement in a cause bigger than herself.
Written from the convincing point of view of a ten-year-old girl’s perspective, August or Forever takes readers on a rollercoaster ride of a little sister.
Mona Lisa in New York is a beautifully written and illustrated book that literally brings art—and New York City—to life in children’s hands!
An interview with Shaun TanThe Children’s Book Review Shaun Tan is a highly-acclaimed artist, writer, and filmmaker who has received…
Elephants are Not Artists is a story about what art is and what it means to be artistic. It is also a story about believing in yourself.
This book offers a truly sophisticated and inviting discussion of art, making seeing art within galleries and museums into a fuller, more fun experience.
An excellent, fun, and engaging book to give to kids that will open up many, many hours of fun and creativity.