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  • Global Kids Connect 2017: Four Questions for Meera Dolasia

    In advance of next month’s GKC conference, we spoke with the CEO and founder of DOGO Media about the surprising ways kids choose to engage with each other and with the world around them.

  • Obituary: Sheila Barry

    Sheila Barry, highly regarded publisher of Groundwood Books, died in Toronto of complications from cancer on November 15.

  • Four Questions for Oliver Jeffers

    PW spoke with Jeffers about his new picture book, and the ways that fatherhood has given an immediacy to his storytelling.

  • Global Kids Connect 2017: Q & A with Ginger Clark

    In anticipation of the Global Kids Connect conference on December 4, PW spoke with Curtis Brown agent Ginger Clark about the U.K. marketplace, the ramifications of current events, and where the bright spots are in the world of children’s publishing.

  • Q & A with Shane Burcaw

    PW spoke with Burcaw about his first foray into writing for young readers, and his mission of changing the public perception of disability.

  • Obituary: Pat Hutchins

    Pat Hutchins, author-illustrator of such beloved picture books as 'Rosie’s Walk' and 'Good-Night, Owl!,' died on November 7 at age 75, at her home in London.

  • On My Nightstand: Carl Lennertz's Nighttime Reading

    Carl Lennertz, executive director of the Children’s Book Council and Every Child a Reader, shares what’s on his bedside table.

  • Four Questions for Jeff Kinney

    PW spoke with Kinney about his beloved and bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, which is now celebrating 10 years in print.

  • Q & A with Barbara Lehman

    PW spoke Lehman about wordless books, how children react to her stories, and her sequel to 'The Red Book.'

  • Four Questions for Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller

    We spoke with the Nightmares! co-authors about their forthcoming YA collaboration, 'Otherworld.'

  • Four Questions for Katherine Paterson

    The Newbery Medalist discusses her first new novel in more than five years, 'My Brigadista Year.'

  • The Life Cycle of a Book

    Author-illustrator Elisha Cooper reflects on the bookmaking process, from initial idea to finished product.

  • Q & A with Emily Winfield Martin

    PW spoke with the author-illustrator about venturing into middle-grade territory in her forthcoming fairytale retelling, 'Snow & Rose.'

  • Four Questions with Malala Yousafzai

    PW spoke with the Nobel Peace Prize-winning and bestselling author about addressing complex topics for picture book readers.

  • Q & A with Antonio Iturbe

    PW caught up with Antonio Iturbe, author of 'The Librarian of Auschwitz,' about exploring the true story of Edita Adlerova, who spent her early adolescence in Auschwitz-Birkenau.

  • Four Questions for Anthony Horowitz

    PW called on Horowitz to ask about the unexpected return of Alex Rider.

  • Four Questions with Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

    The Newbery Honor author spoke with PW about her research process and planning a two-book story arc.

  • Q & A with Samantha Mabry

    Mabry spoke with PW about her personal connection to magical realism, and the imaginative possibilities found in the Texas landscape.

  • Four Questions for Carrie DiRisio
    (aka @broodingYAhero)

    The mastermind behind the popular @broodingYAhero Twitter parody discusses her forthcoming debut.

  • Four Questions for Peter Sís

    Sís, a Hans Christian Andersen Award winner and three-time Caldecott Honoree, spoke to PW about his two-tiered personal inspiration for 'Robinson.'

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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