Which five words best describe I Wish You Knew? Author Jackie Azúa Kramer says it is filled with Empathy, community, family, hope, love.
Browsing: Speed Interview
Which five words best describe Tabitha and Fritz Trade Places?
Katie Frawley: Funny, adventuresome, bright, surprising, and sweet!
Intreview with Joan Holub:
Which five words best describe I Am the Shark? Joan Holub: Sharks. Facts. Funny. Self-esteem. Jawsome!
A speed interview with Livia Blackburne, author of I Dream of Popo. I Dream of Popo centers around a young girl’s immigration from Taiwan to San Diego.
In this interview with Vivian Kirkfield, we talk about her latest non-fiction book, From Here to There: Inventions That Changed the Way the World Moves.
Shani Mahiri King is the father of a nine-year-old daughter and a six-year-old son, for whom he wrote Have I Ever Told You Black Lives Matter (2021).
With a list of picture books and board books in the double digits, Sherri is making her chapter book debut with the sweet and funny Revver the Speedway Squirrel (Bloomsbury Children’s). It’s a fantastic segway from picture books to chapter books, especially for animal lovers and young revheads!
Which five words best describe Stealing Mt. Rushmore?
Daphne Kalmar: Heartbreak, Hope, Awakening, Betrayal, Family
Which five words best describe The Fort?
Laura Perdew: Celebrating imagination, compromise, adventure, forts!
Which five words best describe The List of Things That Will Not Change?
Rebecca Stead: Honest, Emotional, Hopeful, Human, and, ultimately, Joyful.