- How to Make a Book (about My Dog)
The revision process and illustrator selection are covered in turn.
- Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom
He amusingly recounts going from covering local stories to reporting on major political events—such as the fledgling Kennedy administration—all while juggling the mundanities of high school: "Now that I had covered the inauguration of the president of the United States," he recalls, "Mr
- Ryan Higgins Signs Multi-Book Contract with Disney
I have many more stories to tell about Bruce and the gang, and Penelope, and some new friends as well.
- Alex Gino Debuts New Title and Cover for Groundbreaking Trans Novel
Redesigning the cover was comparably easy.
- A World of Wonder: Close-up on Amal Karzai
Karzai’s story was the Gold Medal Winner of the 2020 Key Colors Illustrators Competition.
- Indie Spotlight: October 2021
Author statement: “This novel was always where the story arc of the protagonist, Noosh, was headed.
- My Cone and Only
Instead, he works as an occasional handyman around Crowder, Tex., setting his own hours and playing in a cover band.
- At First Light
Hints of a romantic relationship between the pair enliven the story, and references to Beowulf and Viking history add depth.
- New Titles from Self-Publishers: End of October 2021
Love & Loss in the Time of Covid: A Story for Our TimePhil Dourado.
- Maud Newton Confronts Her Past
She uses her talent to cover the waterfront.”Barer also had Walker’s “list.”
- Pig and Horse and the Something Scary
If the story covers well-trod picture book fodder, the protagonists are a model of supportive friendship, and there’s great appeal in the idea that dealing with darker emotions doesn’t require bravery as much as it does a smart plan and a good pal.
- Unfollow Your Passion: How to Create a Life That Matters to You
Trespicio breezily covers such topics as choosing one’s own agenda, dumping the expectations of a “bucket list,” not overpacking the (emotional) baggage, and ignoring that “inner critic, the unbearable Karen of brain.”
- New Kids' and YA Books: Week of October 25, 2021
Back matter features an author’s note describing her personal inspiration, photographs, cover sketches, and the artistic process.
- Obituary: Jerry Pinkney
It was also the first time that he used live models who could get involved with the story instead of relying on posed photos of his own family.
- Cover Reveal: 'Creepy Crayon!'
, whose cover is pictured here for the first time.In the trilogy, Reynolds combines spine-tickling and spine-tingling elements, a mix he appreciated as a young reader.