Kurtis Scaletta is an experienced writer of middle grade and chapter books. Now his first picture book is out and we're curious about his experience of writing in this format.
Libraries! We want to look at books about these magical places, portals to our world, our selves, and other worlds and selves we might become.
It’s that time of year — new schedules and planning, new notebooks and books, new activities, and priorities … and a new storytime!
Ann Jacobus and Nancy Bo Flood have contributed several lists for PreK-Grade 8 in which mental health is a part of the story.
This year—after more than 40 years as a fulltime writer of books for children—I feel the need to start over. What went wrong in my career? It’s a long list, I’m afraid
Once in a while, a duo creates several books together and they get to know one another. We're curious about how that works. Meet David LaRochelle, author, and Mike Wohnoutka, illustrator, of six books together (so far).
This month, we look at Bible stories which have been awarded recognition by the Caldecott committees, beginning in 1938.
Flyways? Up until this moment, I confess I had a relatively elementary-school-like understanding of how and why birds migrate. Join me in learning more.
Books are a wonderful way to encourage families to start the read-aloud habit early and often. Here are suggestions from people who work with children, families, and books.
I believe this book contains everything we've ever wanted to know about cats, as well as things I didn't know we wanted to know. And the visuals! Wow.