Matt de la Peña and Corinna Luyken talk about their picture book, Patchwork, a deeply moving ode to the complexity and uniqueness of every child.
Lucy Freegard’s adorable picture book, The Greatest Showpenguin, will resonate with so many young readers (and adults!). A fun story about finding yourself.
Drawing on Pueblo mythology, Alexandra López’s picture book Kachina tells a beautiful story about self-discovery and togetherness.
Getting Published at Age 17: Will Kostakis, author of The Sidekicks, discusses how, what went wrong, and what he learned.
Frazzled is a story that I wrote and illustrated about Abbie Wu, a kid who is always freaking out. Abbie is just starting middle school and has to navigate a whole new world with its 8th grade nemeses, corrupt cafeteria system, and lunch room politics.
Host, author, and youth advocate Jeffrey Marsh has more than a quarter BILLION views across social media. An interactive experience, How to Be You invites you to make the book your own.
Enter to win a copy of How to Be You: Stop Trying to Be Someone Else and Start Living Your Life, by LGBTQ internet icon and online anti-bully Jeffrey Marsh.
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In Up in the Air, by Ann Marie Meyers, the story is laced with thought-provoking lessons that change Melody and her family in ways both hopeful and realistic while maintaining the brisk pacing of a fantasy adventure.
Kathleen Boucher has created a book dedicated to empower all children to dream big, share kindness, spread love and be happy. Using a conversational style that will have readers believing this book is just for them, she teaches children that they have the power to choose their own thoughts and that each thought has the power to become something.
This is a charming book in so many ways, and definitely fun for a family to enjoy together. It will appeal to readers ages 5 to 8, who like stories about Spanish culture, stories about sisters, and surprising revelations about parents.