M.H. Clark discusses her book, Everywhere, Still: A Book about Loss, Grief, and the Way Love Continues, prioritizing memories of loved ones.
Anyone who reads Mockingbird will come away with a renewed appreciation for the power of perseverance and compassion in the face of tragedy.
Bridge to Terabithia won the Newbery Medal in 1978 and other significant awards. It has also been made into two different movies.
In this episode, super talented and award-winning picture book creator Molly Idle talks about her new and poignant story Witch Hazel.
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.
In this insightful interview, author Gayle Rosengren poignantly discusses MacKenzie’s Last Run and themes of grief, loss, and gun safety issues.
Often hilarious and surprisingly poignant, HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOODBYE is a perfect book for all children. We all have to say goodbye at some point.
Author Adam Lehrhaupt talks about his writing and reading life and his picture book that deals with grief and loss, There Was a Hole.
Multi-award-winning illustrator and author David Litchfield talks about his artwork in Cress Watercress, a novel written by Greogory Maguire.
In this episode, I talk with Diana Farid about her coming-of-age novel written in verse, Wave, set in 1980s Southern California about a Persian American girl.