At heart, A Fish Called Andromeda is a story about finding wonder and joy in any situation, even in times of disappointment.
There are plenty of simple and organic ways to create book-themed activities without having to fill your house up with lots of arts and crafts supplies.
A list of thought-provoking picture books curated by Beth Anderson to inspire experimentation, tinkering, and creating. Curated by author Beth Anderson.
Now What?, by Brenda Faatz and Peter Trimarco, uses a playful fusion of images, sound, and text to draw the reader into each moment of play and discovery.
This adventurous tale of a boy and his dog, My Blank Page: The Power of Imagination by Tracy Weldon, demonstrates the endless possibilities of a blank page.
Creative types will instantly fall in love with the little girl, and children will see through her struggle that it’s okay to be different, and be yourself!
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Big Blizzard does an excellent job of creating a creative way to get kids interested in learning about the science of weather.
What Do You Do With An Idea? is about a boy who has an idea, illustrated as a golden crowned egg with legs. The boy wonders about the peculiar golden biped; its origins, its purpose, its place in the world.
All the excitement surrounding The LEGO Movie sparked a renewed interest in the venerable building toys at my house. The following books that include all kinds of tips, ideas and techniques to re-purpose existing LEGO pieces for all sorts of fantastic creations.
I honestly thought it’d take about a year to write a full-length novel, I’d sell it, have money in the bank, and be off and running. The truth was that it took seven and a half years to sell my first book—a YA novel, A BLUE SO DARK. I drafted THE JUNCTION OF SUNSHINE AND LUCKY in ’05, at the end of a make-or-break period.