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  • School & Library Spotlight Fall 2018: Q & A with Nicholas Provenzano

    PW speaks with librarian and author Nicholas Provenzano about fostering problem-solving skills and the “maker mentality” in students.

  • Q & A with Gennifer Choldenko

    Gennifer Choldenko spoke with PW about her new book for young readers, 'One-Third Nerd,' and writing from the truest part of yourself.

  • Q & A with Tricia Tusa

    Author-illustrator Tricia Tusa spoke with PW about her artistic process, working in a variety of mediums, and her new picture book, 'Is That You, Eleanor Sue?'

  • On Tour with Megan McDonald

    Author Megan McDonald hit the road this fall in celebration of the release of 'Judy Moody and the Right Royal Tea Party,' illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds, book #14 in her popular chapter book series.

  • Q & A with Arwen Elys Dayton

    We spoke with author Arwen Elys Dayton, whose new standalone SF novel 'Stronger, Faster, and More Beautiful' is told through six interconnected stories that successively look further into the future.

  • Ruta Sepetys’s 'Between Shades of Gray' Hits the Big Screen

    We spoke with the author about seeing her historical YA novel, which explores one Lithuanian girl's harrowing life in a Soviet labor camp, adapted for film.

  • Q & A with Traci Chee

    Traci Chee spoke with PW about worldbuilding and the final book in her Sea of Ink and Gold series, 'The Storyteller.'

  • On Tour with Markus Zusak

    Last month, Australian author Markus Zusak set out on a U.S. tour in celebration of the release of his new YA novel 'Bridge of Clay,' the highly anticipated follow-up to his 2006 novel, 'The Book Thief.'

  • Q & A with Dana Alison Levy

    PW spoke with Dana Alison Levy about her new middle grade novel, 'It Wasn't Me,' and how the outcome of the 2016 election influenced the book's content and themes.

  • On Tour with Sarah J. Maas

    Bestselling author Sarah J. Maas set out on a four-city book tour in late October, in celebration of the release of 'Kingdom of Ash,' the final book in her YA fantasy series, Throne of Glass.

  • Q & A with Natasha Ngan

    PW spoke with author Natasha Ngan, who lives in Paris, as she prepared to embark on her U.S. book tour for 'Girls of Paper and Fire,' her new YA fantasy.

  • Q & A with E.D. Baker

    E.D. Baker spoke with PW about writing strong female characters for young readers, and her new book, 'More Than a Princess.'

  • Q & A with Brandon Sanderson

    PW caught up with fantasy author Brandon Sanderson about his new YA project, 'Skyward.'

  • Q & A with Matt Phelan

    Author-illustrator Matt Phelan spoke with PW about his new chapter book, 'Knights vs. Dinosaurs,' and the role of fear in the creative process.

  • In Conversation: Sharon M. Draper and Jason Reynolds

    PW asked award-winning authors Sharon M. Draper and Jason Reynolds to interview each other about their latest works for young readers, and the similarities between their characters.

  • Q & A with Mem Fox

    We spoke with Australian author Mem Fox about her new picture book, 'I’m an Immigrant, Too!,' which she says she wrote "out of despair and anger" over her country's treatment of refugees and asylum seekers.

  • Four Questions for Edith Pattou

    Edith Pattou spoke with PW about what moved her to write her YA fairy tale retellings 'East' and 'West,' and what might lie ahead for her intrepid protagonists.

  • Q & A with Alan Gratz

    'Grenade' author Alan Gratz spoke with PW about the appeal of stories set during WWII, and his mission to write social thrillers for young readers.

  • In Conversation: Jory John and Lane Smith

    PW asked author Jory John and illustrator Lane Smith to interview each other about their new collaboration, 'Giraffe Problems,' and their creative influences.

  • Obituary: Kate Dopirak

    Mary Kathleen "Kate" Dopirak, a rising children’s book author, died on October 10 of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, a rare degenerative brain disorder; she was 43.

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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