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  • Q & A with Rick Yancey

    'The Infinite Sea' by Rick Yancey is one of the most anticipated sequels of the year, picking up where 'The 5th Wave' left off, and being published just as the film version of that book begins production.

  • More Mysteries from Pseudonymous Bosch

    Author Pseudonymous Bosch returns to bookshelves with 'Bad Magic,' the first title in a mystery-adventure trilogy that features Clay, the younger brother of Max-Ernest from the Secret books.

  • Q & A with Ben Tripp

    Ben Tripp, author of zombie novels and the son of illustrator Wallace Tripp has written a YA adventure novel, 'The Accidental Highwayman: Being the Tale of Kit Bristol, His Horse Midnight, A Mysterious Princess, and Sundry Magical Persons Besides.'

  • Q & A with Molly Idle

    In Molly Idle's 'Flora and the Penguin,' the sequel to 'Flora and the Flamingo,' Flora exchanges her bathing suit for ice skates and ruffles the feathers of a new avian friend.

  • Over the Reading Rainbow: PW Talks with LeVar Burton

    It was inevitable that LeVar Burton would move beyond promoting books written by others and write his own children's book.

  • Moose Gets on Paul O. Zelinsky's Back Once Again

    In honor of the comically strong-willed star of 'Z Is for Moose,' written by Kelly Bingham and illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, Caldecott Medalist Zelinsky designed a Moose-inspired pattern.

  • Q & A with Gregory Maguire

    Gregory Maguire returns to children's literature with 'Egg & Spoon,' which stars two girls who team up with the witch Baba Yaga to save (Tsarist) Russia from global warming.

  • 'This Is Malala': PW Talks with Malala Yousafzai

    PW spoke with Malala Yousafzai when she was in New York to launch the young readers edition of her bestselling memoir, 'I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World.'

  • Caldecott Honoree Peter Brown Has a Novel Idea

    Role-reversal and topsy-turvy scenarios account for illustrator Peter Brown's first middle-grade novel: 'The Wild Robot,' which Little, Brown will publish in 2016.

  • Four Questions for Paul Fleischman

    Newbery Medalist Paul Fleischman's 'Eyes Wide Open: Going Behind the Environmental Headlines' is meant to help identify key environmental problems and show how to navigate and critically evaluate information.

  • Q & A with Jandy Nelson

    Jandy Nelson's 'I'll Give You the Sun' is a tale of tragic misunderstandings, betrayal, love, and loss, told from the alternating perspectives of teenage twins Noah and Jude.

  • Children's Authors at the Fall 2014 Regionals

    Here is a sampling of some of the many authors who will be at this season’s eight regionals.

  • Q & A with Kelly Barnhill

    In Kelly Barnhill's "The Witch's Boy," magic links the fates of Ned, who lives under the burden of being the "wrong boy" rescued while his twin brother drowned, and Áine, the daughter of a bandit king.

  • Obituary: L.A. Meyer

    L.A. (Louis) Meyer, creator of the swashbuckling Bloody Jack adventure series starring intrepid Mary "Jacky" Faber, died on July 29 in Ellsworth, Maine, of complications from Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 71.

  • Q & A with Anthony Browne

    In his latest book, "What If…?," Anthony Browne probes childhood experiences with remarkable nuance and complexity.

  • Bob Staake, TV Star

    If you've turned on the TV in recent days, chances are good that you have seen author-illustrator Bob Staake starring in a new commercial for Intel.

  • Yuyi Morales: PW Talks with the Award-Winning Illustrator

    Illustrator Morales has won the Pura Belpré Award an unprecedented four times. Her next book is a picture-book biography of Frida Kahlo.

  • Q & A with Miranda Kenneally

    Miranda Kenneally's "Breathe, Annie, Breathe," Annie Winters, a newly graduated senior whose boyfriend has recently died decides to train a marathon in his honor despite a deep-seated aversion to running.

  • Q & A with Emily Arnold McCully

    Emily Arnold McCully talks about writing her first YA biography, "Ida M. Tarbell: The Woman Who Challenged Big Business – And Won!," and why Tarbell's groundbreaking journalism remains relevant today.

  • Obituary: Walter Dean Myers

    Walter Dean Myers, the award-winning children's author best known for his many novels that portray the often difficult life experiences of young African-Americans, died on July 1 following a brief illness. He was 76.

PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Lisa Charleyboy
Lisa Charleyboy, co-editor of 'Dreaming in Indian: Contemporary Native American Voices,' talks about how the essays, poetry, and artwork in this new anthology work to dismantle cultural stereotypes while celebrating the breadth and diversity of Indigenous heritage and experience.
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