Kid Lit Village: SQUIRREL’S SWEATER

Hello Readers! Here we are in November, after what was hopefully a happy Hallowe’en. Today on the Kid Lit Village blog, I’m happy to interview Laura Renauld, author of SQUIRREL’S SWEATER, illustrated by Jennie Poh, published by Beaming Books. ABOUT SQUIRREL’S SWEATER As Winter Warmup approaches, all but one of the woodland friends are bundledContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: SQUIRREL’S SWEATER”

Kid Lit Village: PANDO: A Living Wonder of Trees

Hello readers and welcome to Kid Lit Village! I’m glad you stopped by today. On Mondays, I do interviews with authors and illustrators, featuring their work. This week, we have Kate Allen Fox with her debut picture book, PANDO, A Living Wonder of Trees. The book is illustrated by Turine Tran and published by Capstone.Continue reading “Kid Lit Village: PANDO: A Living Wonder of Trees”

Kid Lit Village: LISTEN

Hello readers, welcome to Kid Lit Village where I feature children’s authors and illustrators. I’m happy you stopped by. This week, we welcome Gabi Snyder to the blog with a feature on her book, LISTEN, illustrated by and published by Simon and Schuster. “A memorable experience.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review) In the tradition of Tomie dePaola’s Quiet and ScottContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: LISTEN”

Kid Lit Village: LILA LOU’S LITTLE LIBRARY

LILA LOU’S LITTLE LIBRARY

Kid Lit Village: FARM LULLABY

Hello readers and welcome to Kid Lit Village. Here we are in October already! I am thrilled to give a warm welcome to, Karen Jameson, author of FARM LULLABY, which is her third picture book release and there’s more coming from Karen! FARM LULLABY is illustrated by Wednesday Kirwan and published by Chronicle Books. WithContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: FARM LULLABY”

Kid Lit Village Review: ORIGINAL CAT, COPY CAT

Hello Readers! It’s Friday, and I have a little time for a review post this week. Hooray! I had the opportunity to interview Sarah Kurpiel on Monday this week, so do have a look for the post if you’re curious to learn more about Sarah and the process of writing ORIGINAL CAT, COPY CAT. IContinue reading “Kid Lit Village Review: ORIGINAL CAT, COPY CAT”