“At 56 rather than 40 pages, We Found a Hat is the longest book in Klassen’s trilogy, which came about quite organically, he said: ‘I always set out to make the shortest book I can, since I don’t want anything … Read...
New York, NY — Penguin Young Readers is pleased to announce a writing contest in partnership with We Need Diverse Books™ to honor the 40th anniversary of Mildred D. Taylor’s award winning Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.
BOSTON, MA — Matt de la Peña, author of “Last Stop on Market Street,” and Sophie Blackall, illustrator of “Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear,” are the 2016 winners of the John...
During Yang’s inauguration speech, he described a former aversion to basketball and how reading Outside the Paint, a history book by Kathleen S. Yep, instilled a yearning within him to read more books about the sport.
This month I've had the privilege to participate as a book reviewer in the Multicultural Children's Book Day. Since I'm the mother of a bilingual toddler, I requested books to review that would be appropriate both for that age and linguistic level.
21st Century Children's Nonfiction Conference. 21CNFC is a unique conference that highlights what's new in children's nonfiction publishing and much more. Faculty and panels include trade nonfiction publishers, authors, illustrators, social media gurus, educators, and more.
Back in 1989 an LGBT-themed children's book titled Heather Has Two Mommies incited condemnation from conservatives — and adoration from LGBT families. With her book being reissued, author Lesléa Newman has some words for her most famous character.
I’d like to start my talk by telling you something about myself that you probably don’t know: I am a nerd.I like the things that nerds typically like, things like computer and superhero comics.But today, I’m not just a nerd,...
In January’s edition of Notes from the Horn Book, I had the honor of talking to author/illustrator Barbara McClintock about her latest picture book, Emma and Julia Love Ballet. (Check out that super-cute picture of Barbara in the ballet studio!
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