Two incredible award-winning guests, author Trudy Ludwig and illustrator Kathryn Otoshi, about their picture book Calling the Wind: A Story of Healing and Hope.
Browsing: Loss of a Parent
Gayle Rosengren’s MacKenzie’s Last Run is fast-paced, emotionally hard-hitting, and impossible to put down until the last page.
In this insightful interview, author Gayle Rosengren poignantly discusses MacKenzie’s Last Run and themes of grief, loss, and gun safety issues.
In this episode, Bianca talks with bestselling author Gregory Maguire about his latest novel for kids, Cress Watercress, the fertile imagination behind Wicked.
Multi-award-winning illustrator and author David Litchfield talks about his artwork in Cress Watercress, a novel written by Greogory Maguire.
Pie in the Sky is a funny, touching, heartbreaking, and utterly uplifting exploration of what it means to be an outsider.
Award-winning author Leslie Connor’s new novel, A Home for Goddesses and Dogs, is the story of an eighth-grader who has recently lost her mother and is working through her grief with the support of her aunt and the help of a rascally rescue dog.
A Home for Goddesses and Dogs is an uplifting middle-grade novel about recovery featuring strong female characters, an adorable dog, and the girl who comes to love him.
A well-executed and vivid coming-of-age story, Chula the Fox introduces Chickasaw heritage and culture and explores the concepts of grief and compassion.
The Memory of Forgotten Things, is about 12-year-old Sophia Wallace and her unusual memories—memories that don’t make sense, memories of her mother that occurred after her mother’s death.