Do you ever stop and look down? Consider what’s beneath your feet? … More The Street Beneath My Feet
This rollicking and fascinating picture book biography chronicles the life of the first pioneer of children’s books—John Newbery himself. … More Balderdash! John Newbery and the Boisterous Birth of Children’s Books
Nacho likes to eat only one thing—gazpacho! Gazpacho for breakfast, gazpacho for lunch, gazpacho for dinner, for snacks, and for brunch. … More Gazpacho for Nacho
Buying a book is an investment. It’s an investment for the publisher that acquires it, the library that buys it for its collection, and for the reader who buys it at the bookstore. How do you get people to reach for their wallets to pick your book over all the others? You guessed it: heart. … More Mining for Heart: An Editor’s Point of View
Down, down in the depths of the sunless sea, deep, deep in the cold, cold dark, creatures, strange and fearsome lurk. … More Giant Squid
George heard music all the time. At home. At school Even when he was roller-skating down New York’s busy streets. … More The Music in George’s Head
Vital idea, heartbeat, wow factor- the thread that weaves through your story by any other name is still just as important. For me, I call it the NUGGET.
… More Mining for Heart: Kristen Fulton’s Nugget