Author Aida Salazar discusses her love of picture book biographies, some bookish ways to celebrate World Kindness Day, and thoughts on censorship.
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.
Author Jason June discusses the Texas Book Festival, a ton of middle grade sequels, the final Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker trailer, and things that creep us out.
Just in time for Halloween, discover a wide range of children’s books about Baba Yaga – the infamous Russian witch – and her special brand of magical mayhem!
Author Tara Lazar discusses three new World War II books for young readers, two mythology-based middle grade fantasies, a favorite Dr. Seuss story coming to Netflix in November, & Nic Stone’s new tattoo.
Author Rebecca Donnelly discusses the CYBIL Award nominations, thoughts on the new Hunger Games prequel, #MGBooktober, and the latest in speculative fiction for young readers.
Author Debbie Ridpath Ohi discusses the New Best Seller categories , Banned Books Week, and three new graphic novels.
Whether your little one is too wiggly for bedtime, too worried for lights out, or too full of wondering about the world to fall asleep, we’ve got a bedtime book that might help.
Whether you’re planning a book club menu for tweens, introducing kindergarteners to the library, or hosting a book-themed birthday party, these mini book snacks are edible works of literary brilliance!
Author Lori Richmond discusses the 10th Anniversary of Dot Day, Proper Bookmark Options, a non-fiction poetry book & Raina Telgemeier’s new graphic novel, Guts.