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  • Q & A with Maureen Johnson

    We spoke with YA author Maureen Johnson about wrapping up her Truly Devious trilogy, and attending the premiere of the film adaptation of ‘Let It Snow.’

  • Q & A with Chris and J.J. Grabenstein

    After years of behind-the-scenes collaboration, husband-and-wife team Chris and J.J. Grabenstein have co-written 'Shine!,' a standalone novel for middle grade readers.

  • Q & A with Karamo Brown and Jason "Rachel" Brown

    We spoke with 'Queer Eye' star Karamo Brown and his son, Jason, who have teamed up to create a picture book aimed at reminding readers of all ages that they are "perfectly designed."

  • Rosanne Parry Inks Three-Book, Six-Figure Deal

    Thanks in part to the success of her middle grade novel 'A Wolf Called Wander,' Parry has just signed a deal with Greenwillow for three more books.

  • Q & A with Maggie Stiefvater

    We spoke with Maggie Stiefvater about her new YA fantasy, ‘Call Down the Hawk,’ which kicks off a trilogy set in the world of her bestselling Raven Cycle.

  • Four Questions for Eva Chen

    We spoke with author and director of fashion partnerships at Instagram Eva Chen about her new picture book, 'Juno Valentine and the Fantastic Fashion Adventure.'

  • Ashley Bryan Offers 'Infinite Hope'

    Ashley Bryan, Newbery Honoree and creator of more than 50 children's books, speaks with us about his new memoir, which relates his experience as a soldier of color in WWII.

  • Q & A with Eoin Colfer

    We spoke with Eoin Colfer about his return to the science fiction/fantasy world of his Artemis Fowl series in 'The Fowl Twins.'

  • Dick Jackson Remembered

    Legendary children's book publisher, editor, and author Richard "Dick" Jackson died on October 2; we've gathered a number of tributes to Jackson from his authors, colleagues, and friends.

  • Q & A with Kevin Noble Maillard and Juana Martinez-Neal

    We spoke with debut children's author Maillard and Pura Belpré Award winner and Caldecott Honoree Martinez-Neal about their new picture book, 'Fry Bread,' which explores Native American culture and history.

  • Miami Book Fair 2019: The Mystery of the Talk of the Town Picture Book

    How Jamaica Kincaid turned a New Yorker story inspired by Nancy Drew into a children’s book.

  • On Tour with Erin Entrada Kelly

    This month, Newbery Medalist Erin Entrada Kelly embarked on an eight-city tour to celebrate the launch of her fantasy debut, 'Lalani of the Distant Sea,' a middle grade adventure inspired by Filipino folklore.

  • Q & A with Julie Murphy

    Julie Murphy spoke with PW about shifting from YA to middle grade in her new novel, 'Dear Sweet Pea.'

  • Q & A with Eliza Wheeler

    Eliza Wheeler, whose debut picture book, 2013's 'Miss Maple's Seeds,' has sold more than one million copies, found the inspiration for her second solo book very close to home.

  • Q & A with Kyo Maclear and Julie Morstad

    Author Kyo Maclear and illustrator Julie Morstad explore the late artist Gyo Fujikawa's story in 'It Began with a Page,' their new picture book biography.

  • Obituary: Mordicai Gerstein

    Caldecott Award-winning children's author and illustrator Mordicai Gerstein, widely lauded for his mixed-media compositions featuring fluid pen-and-ink lines, died September 24 in Northampton, Mass., at the age of 83.

  • In Conversation: Grace Lin and Alvina Ling

    PW asked author-illustrator Grace Lin and editor Alvina Ling to interview each other about their long-term friendship and collaboration.

  • With Two New Books, Rainbow Rowell Hits the Road

    We spoke with Rowell about her new YA projects: 'Wayward Son,' a sequel to her bestselling novel 'Carry On,' and 'Pumpkinheads,' her debut graphic novel, illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks.

  • Q & A with Steve Sheinkin

    Sheinkin spoke with PW about the genesis of his children's book career and the latest addition to his narrative nonfiction oeuvre, 'Born to Fly.'

PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Katie Green
British author-illustrator Katie Green discusses her graphic memoir ‘Lighter Than My Shadow,’ which traces her long struggle with and recovery from anorexia, as well as why telling the story visually was so important.
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