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  • Q & A with Lois Ehlert

    At 82, picture-book creator Lois Ehlert continues to enrich her oeuvre, which encompasses 38 titles, 28 of which she both wrote and illustrated. We spoke with Ehlert about her career steps – and about reaching this latest rung on her creative ladder.

  • Marissa Meyer's 'Heartless' Tour

    'Heartless' author Marissa Meyer recently concluded a week-long tour, which encompassed three Mad Hatter's Tea Parties, a Queen of Hearts Ball, and other 'Alice in Wonderland'-themed activities.

  • In Brief: November 17, 2016

    This week, J.K. Rowling attends a screening of Fantastic Beasts; Christian Robinson goes live on Facebook; friends and fellow authors R.J. Palacio and Meg Medina catch up; Mary Quattlebaum and Gilbert Ford celebrate new books; author Eleanor Glewwe gives her stamp of approval; and Per Breiehagen and Lori Evert welcome their latest 'Wish.'

  • R.J. Palacio Brings Her 'Wonder' Message to Younger Readers

    R.J. Palacio's first picture book, 'We're All Wonders,' introduces her lead character from 'Wonder' to a younger audience.

  • Obituary: Yumi Heo

    Yumi Heo, creator of more than 30 distinctive books for children, has died after a long battle with cancer.

  • Children's Authors and Illustrators Offer Metaphorical Hugs

    Children's book illustrators have taken to their drawing boards to support children during these troubling times.

  • Bestselling Finnish YA Novelist Visits U.S.

    YA author Salla Simukka traveled to the United States from her native Tampere, Finland, both for Crown's forthcoming publication of the first volume of her Snow White trilogy 'As Red as Blood.'

  • Q & A with Catherine Reef

    Author of more than 40 nonfiction books for young people, Catherine Reef's newest book is 'Florence Nightingale: The Courageous Life of the Legendary Nurse.'

  • Phaidon Marks Tomi Ungerer Milestone with a Double Tribute

    In commemoration of Tomi Ungerer's 85th birthday, friends and fans can show their appreciation for the artist whom Maurice Sendak described as a "spectacular graphic genius."

  • Obituary: Natalie Babbitt

    Author and artist Natalie Babbitt, whose 1975 novel 'Tuck Everlasting' remains a lauded work of the modern children's literature canon, died of lung cancer on October 31. She was 84.

  • Friends and Now Collaborators: Lisa Graff and Lauren Castillo Interview Each Other

    The author-illustrator team and former publishing colleagues talk about 'It Is Not Time for Sleeping,' their picture book collaboration.

  • On My Nightstand: Nicola Yoon's Nighttime Reading

    Author Nicola Yoon describes what's on her bedside table.

  • Q & A with Pat Kiernan

    NY1 morning anchor Pat Kiernan's debut book, 'Good Morning, City!,' chronicles a typical morning in New York City as the city begins to wake.

  • What's Next for Jay Asher?

    'What Light' is a lot more than just Jay Asher's first novel since the 2007 release of his monumentally successful 'Thirteen Reasons Why.' It's an itch finally soothed, a check off his bucket list, a boulder off his shoulders.

  • 'We Don’t Let the Other One Give Up': The Beasley Sisters Interview Each Other

    Kate Beasley here, and I'm the author of 'Gertie's Leap to Greatness', just released this month, and I'm going to call and wake up my sister, Cassie Beasley, author of 'Circus Mirandus' to interview her. She is not a morning person.

  • Q & A with Sonia Patel

    In 'Rani Patel in Full Effect,' debut YA novelist Sonia Patel introduces a teenager living in Hawaii with her Gujarati Indian immigrant parents, struggling to find her identity and discover where she belongs.

  • Ellen Hopkins: Author as Confessor

    Ellen Hopkins, a pioneer in issue-based, character-driven teen fiction, on pushing boundaries and not censoring her characters.

  • Four Questions for Megan Whalen Turner

    Megan Whalen Turner will continue her Queen's Thief fantasy adventure saga in 'Thick as Thieves,' due out next May 16, whose title and cover are revealed here.

  • Q & A with David Macaulay

    Caldecott Medalist David Macaulay spoke with PW about 'The Way Things Work Now,' a new edition of his now-classic work.

  • Q & A with Caren Stelson

    In the preface to her debut book, 'Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivor’s Story,' Minneapolis writer Caren Stelson relates an event in a Minneapolis park on August 26, 2005 that changed her life.

PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Kenny Loggins
Singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins talks to PW KidsCast about adapting his song ‘Footloose’ into a picture book set at a rockin’ zoo.
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