Karuna Riaza shares the inspiration behind her debut novel, The Gauntlet.
Share this Post The first thing that I am really excited to tell you about is that I am teaming up with the Middle Grade at Heart Book Club to …
Susan Hood, author of Shaking Thing Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World, stops by the podcast to talk about standing up, speaking out, and opening up the conversation to other women by commemorating in poetry the lives and accomplishments of a selection of historically impactful girls and young women.
Traci Sorell and Frané Lessac join us to reveal the cover of their new picture book, WE ARE GRATEFUL: OTSALIHELIGA.
Kara LaReau reveals the childhood inspirations behind the newest Bland Sisters adventure, The Uncanny Express . . . and offers an exclusive giveaway!
Author Nancy Krulik joins us today to premiere the trailer for her brand new chapter book series, Princess Pulverizer!
Share this Post Typically in this segment, I share with you a few books centered around a theme. And during the last few episodes I was all about looking back …
Vanessa Brantley-Newton, author and illustrator of Grandma’s Purse, stops by the podcast to talk about connecting with her readers, kids giving their parents a do-over, and the universal quest to give others what you never got.
David Barclay Moore, author of The Stars Beneath Our Feet, stops by the podcast to talk about art’s healing ability, Harlem as a symbol for blackness, and being different as an act of resilience.
Today’s show features three books that have a friendship theme. First, Sue Hendra introduces us to NORMAN THE SLUG WITH THE SILLY SHELL. Norman longs to be a snail-if only …