Having a deep understanding of children is key to creating for them, says Toni Buzzeo, author of the picture book When Sue Found Sue.
Browsing: author interview
Stacy McAnulty is back with Sun! One in a Billion, a companion to Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years, that is just as delightful as its predecessor.
The idea for Tara Luebbe and Becky Cattie’s I Am Famous stemmed from Weir Al’s song TMZ, a parody of Taylor Swift’s You Belong to Me.
Barry Wittenstein never set out to become a picture book author. That all changed when Barry went back to college to earn a Masters in Childhood Education at the age of 57.
When Lindsay Ward’s husband sent her a text of an abandoned toy in a waiting room, he had no idea it would turn into the story of a neurotic dino — Don’t Forget Dexter.
Josh Funk’s latest novel, It’s Not Jack and the Beanstalk, is a META-Fractured Fairy Tale — where the characters argue back at the reader.
Will Hillenbrand’s latest book is Share, Big Bear, Share with Maureen Wright. The following is a video interview with Cracking the Cover.
Working in children’s literature is the most challenging and most rewarding work Duck and Hippo illustrator Andrew Joyner has ever done.
Stacy McAnulty’s latest picture book, Mr. Fuzzbuster Knows He’s the Favorite, features a cat who needs some reassuring when new pets move in.
Rebecca Doughty’s “Before You,” remembers life before “you” came along and changed things. The book resonates with readers of all ages.