Co-host Katey Howes discusses School Librarian of the Year nominations, The One and Only Bob, four fantastic new nonfiction titles to delight and disgust you, and thoughts on the Thanksgiving narrative.
Katey Howes, author of Grandmother Thorn, stops by the podcast to talk about letting go of things you fear, feeling lucky as a picture book author, and the balance between order and chaos.
We continue our Big Book Block Party with Katey Howes, who shares some of her family’s favorite books about their favorite summer things: fireflies, starlight, and magic.
Author Katey Howes joins us to reveal the cover of her new picture book, MAGNOLIA MUDD AND THE SUPER JUMPTASTIC LAUNCHER DELUXE!
Katey Howes explains why Abby Hanlon’s Dory Fantasmagory has earned a place among memorable children’s book characters who unlock their readers’ wildest imaginations.
Bloggers and book-loving-moms Lauren Davis and Katey Howes have teamed up to offer parents, teachers and caregivers this list of simple, actionable ways you and your children can transform your community into “something beautiful.”
Katey Howes explores the many virtues and unique gifts that wordless picture books have to offer young readers.
Share this Post When it comes to wisdom versus curiosity, there’s no doubt that one stems from the other. Only after years of experiencing the world can someone claim to …
Explore the visual wonder of Bethan Woollvin’s LITTLE RED and how the structural elements of the book give the illustrations emotion.
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