Alessandra Balter (@ABBalzer), co-publisher of Balzer + Bray, stops by the podcast to talk about work as an editor, a publisher, and a person who passionately loves children’s books.
MOOMIN is back with a brand new TV adaptation of the writer-illustrator Tove Jansson’s classic and much loved body of work. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to become part
So, today we are discussing what makes a children’s book good–as in truly high quality versus mediocre. Books are an unlimited investment in the human mind and spirit.
Current and former elementary-school librarians with big social-media followings are exerting considerable sway over what kids read
As with any profession, writing comes with a lot of profession-specific jargon that turns words we’ve always known into strangers. One such term is the advance.
Join esteemed children’s librarian and author Penny Peck in her yearly review of what’s new in children’s literature. Discover new books published in late 2016 and Spring 2017
Audrey Vernick (@yourbuffalo), Liz Garton Scanlon (@LGartonScanlon), and Matthew Cordell (@cordellmatthew), authors and illustrator of Bob, Not Bob!, all stop by the podcast to talk
Ruth Spiro is the author of the BABY LOVES SCIENCE series. We discuss the first two books in the series, BABY LOVES AEROSPACE ENGINEERING and BABY LOVES QUARKS!
When you have a toddler who loves to color, the life cycle of crayons can feel a bit like the movie Groundhog Day. Wake up, open a new box of crayons, watch your kid break them all, rinse, and repeat
I offer professional PB manuscript critiques (under 1,000 words) in English and Spanish. Writing is a challenging, often frustrating, and very emotional journey. I recognize the great courage