Working in children’s literature is the most challenging and most rewarding work Duck and Hippo illustrator Andrew Joyner has ever done.
Browsing: author interview
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.
Playing even a small part in a child’s reading journey is an awesome opportunity, says ‘Busy Builders, Busy Week!’ author Jean Reidy.
Sometimes you have to put what you love on hold for something else, but for “The Typewriter” author Bill Thomson, the nearly 20-year wait paid off.
Ancient Earth Journal author Juan Carlos Alonso has always been obsessed with dinosaurs. The birth of his child made him want to write the book about them.
When Margarita Engle was young, she spent her summers with her mother’s extended family in Cuba. While there, a passion…
Lee Wardlaw wrote her first novel when she was in the second grade. It was about a girl named Teena…