Linda Ashman, author of ROCK-A-BYE ROMP (Nancy Paulsen Books), takes us on a tour of her writing space in North Carolina to show us where she finds inspiration for her stories (and why illustrations of dogs make their way into so many of her books).
Five picture books reviewed, including a great big enormous pile of toys, a bit of nonsense from a favorite artist, and love… so much love. It’s the Best Book Ever (this week)!
Camp All The Wonders has been abuzz with year-end favorites and if this list is at all a testament, 2015 was a very good year for picture books. Check out our favorites and let us know what we missed by leaving us a comment below.
The nonfiction picture books published this year were some of the best we’ve seen and, with such a strong year for children’s publishing, there’s no doubt there are more great nonfiction books from 2015 we have read. Check out our favorites and let us know what we missed by leaving us a comment below.
The amazing picture books of 2015 kept us quite busy at Camp All The Wonders, but that didn’t stop us from enjoying some exceptional novels. Here are the year’s chapter books, middle grade novels, and young adult novels that we cannot stop thinking about.
Some artists work in small spaces. Some artists work in large spaces. Author/illustrator, Steve Light’s New York studio is just right for an artist who collects fountain pens and very small toys.