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“The Road to Self-Recognition: Interviews with Researchers, Writers and Psychologists” is a video podcast created by Alice in Gothic Land. This is a space where you can listen to different series of interviews/lessons where we analyse horror and the Gothic from the other side. The aim is to help you keep learning aspects of your own identity.
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Learn about children’s books from the people who make them with in-depth interviews with children’s book authors and illustrators for people who believe that art and literature can have a profoundly positive impact on a kid’s life. Picturebooking is here to serve those who want to understand what it takes to create these stories. And engaging with Picturebooking will help you get inspired, feel connected and take action toward making a difference through picture books.
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“The Road to Self-Recognition: Interviews with Researchers, Writers and Psychologists” is a video podcast created by Alice in Gothic Land. This is a space where you can listen to series of interviews/lessons where we analyse horror and the Gothic from the other side. The aim is to help you keep learning aspects of your own identity. In Episode 12, …
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Author and educator NoNieqa Ramos talks about her picture book Best Believe: The Tres Hermanas, a Sisterhood for the Common Good, illustrated by Nicole Medina—a story written in rhythmic verse that portrays three inspiring changemakers, Evelina Antonetty, Lillian López, and Elba Cabrera. Your host for this episode is Nadia Salomon. https://pictureb…
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Award-winning author-illustrator Lane Smith talks about his picture book Stickler Loves the World—a story that reminds us to appreciate the everyday wonders we often ignore. Your host for this episode is Nick Patton. https://picturebooking.com/lane-smith-stickler-loves-the-world https://bookshop.org/a/14436/9780593649831 https://www.lanesmithbooks.…
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Author-illustrator Vashti Harrison talks about her picture book Big—a story that traces a child's journey to self-love and shows the power of words to both hurt and heal. Your host for this episode is Shawna J. C. Tenney. https://picturebooking.com/vashti-harrison-big https://bookshop.org/a/14436/9780316353229 https://www.vashtiharrison.com/ https:…
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Author-illustrator Bob Shea talks about his picture book Chez Bob—a hilarious story about a restaurant for birds found on an alligator's NOSE! Your host for this episode is Shawna J. C. Tenney. https://picturebooking.com/bob-shea-chez-bob https://bookshop.org/a/14436/9780316483117 https://www.bobshea.com/https://www.shawnajctenney.com/…
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Acclaimed author Minh Lê talks about his picture book Real to Me, illustrated by Raissa Figueroa—a story about two best friends (one of whom is imaginary) who are inseparable until the day when one of them unexpectedly disappears. Then Lê tells us about his graphic novel, Enlighten Me, illustrated by Chan Chau. Your host for this episode is Nadia S…
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Author Kari Lavelle talks about her picture book Butt or Face?—a delightfully cheeky challenge: examine a close-up photo of an animal, and then guess whether you're looking at the top or the...um...bottom. Your host for this episode is Nadia Salomon. https://picturebooking.com/kari-lavelle-butt-or-face https://bookshop.org/a/14436/9781728271170 htt…
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Host Nadia Salomon chats with author Becky Scharnhorst about her latest picture book, HOW TO GET YOUR OCTOPUS TO SCHOOL, a sweet, silly back-to-school story about an octopus who would rather play hide-and-seek than give school a chance. During their conversation, Becky talks about using the octopus's real-life characteristics to develop her charact…
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Host Shawna J.C. Tenney chats with #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator Pete Oswald about his latest author-illustrator picture book, THE NOISE INSIDE BOYS, a personal story that explores the complex emotions experienced during a day at the beach. During their conversation, Pete explains how he found inspiration for this book from Mr. Rodgers …
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Host Nadia Salomon chats with author Meera Sriram about her latest picture book, GARDEN IN MY HANDS, illustrated by Sandhya Prabhat, a story celebrating the custom of applying henna through a mother and daughter who share family memories. During their conversation, Meera explains why she prefers to write for a picture book audience and how she beli…
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Host Nick Patton chats with Caldecott Honor-winning author-illustrator Lauren Castillo about her latest picture book; THIS IS A STORY by John Schu, a love letter to libraries and librarians. They discuss how John's sparse text allowed Lauren to add her illustrated storyline about a family's trip to the library and a librarian's ability to connect r…
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Host Nick Patton chats with award-winning author Carole Boston Weatherford about the picture book YOU ARE MY PRIDE, illustrated by E.B. Lewis, a powerful story written in the voice of Mother Africa, reminding us of our timeless bond. They discuss how to approach writing from such a unique perspective, the stunning illustrations E.B. Lewis created, …
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Host Nick Patton chats with author Jan Lower about the picture book The Brilliant Calculator—the fascinating story of America’s first female electrical engineer and her groundbreaking invention helped electrify America. Plus, they discuss determination and the need to fulfill our ambitions. Astra Publishing House is today’s episode sponsor.…
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In this episode, host Nadia Salomon has a fascinating conversation with author Norene Paulson about her latest book, “Nila’s Perfect Coat.” As a former teacher, Norene has a gift for crafting stories that tackle social and emotional topics in a relatable way for kids of all ages. In “Nila’s Perfect Coat,” Norene tells the story of a young girl who …
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In this episode, host Nick Patton interviews author Baptiste Paul about his latest book “Climb On!”. Baptiste is a Caribbean-born author passionate about sharing stories that reflect the experiences of marginalized communities. His latest book, “Climb On!”, celebrates Black joy in nature and encourages readers to explore and appreciate the natural …
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Host Nick Patton chats with author-illustrator Jacob Grant about the picture book No Fair—a big-hearted story about fairness and the relationship between a father and his son. These library guys talk about the magic of books, fairness in life, Iggy Pop, and being a dad. Plus, they discuss the joys of transitioning from a love of picture books pre-k…
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Host Nadia Salomon chats with author Chris Barton about the picture books MOVING FORWARD, illustrated by Steffi Walthall, and GLITTER EVERYWHERE, illustrated by Chaaya Prabhat. They talk about change and how change is never about one person but a team. And that it happens slower than you might want. So it's essential to take the long view of the wo…
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“The Road to Self-Recognition: Interviews with Researchers, Writers and Psychologists” is a video podcast created by Alice in Gothic Land. This is a space where you can listen to series of interviews/lessons where we analyse horror and the Gothic from the other side. The aim is to help you keep learning aspects of your own identity. In Episode 11, …
  continue reading
 
Host Nick Patton chats with author-illustrator Jane Smith about the picture book Naked Butt Busts Out! Learn about this hilarious tale about being yourself and get inspired to metaphorically strip yourself bare and say, "Hey, world, here I am, this is me, and I'm doing this awesome thing." Win a copy of Jane's new book, "Naked Butt Busts Out," by s…
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“The Road to Self-Recognition: Interviews with Researchers, Writers and Psychologists” is a video podcast created by Alice in Gothic Land. This is a space where you can listen to series of interviews/lessons where we analyse horror and the Gothic from the other side. The aim is to help you keep learning aspects of your own identity. In Episode 10, …
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Host Nick Patton chats with illustrator Maya Fidawi about the picture book Mama Shamsi at the Bazaar, written by Mojdeh Hassani and Samira Iravani. Learn about the intense, beautiful Iranian culture through this fun, playful picture book that takes a symbol that could separate and shows how that same symbol can bring us together. Plus, the importan…
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“The Road to Self-Recognition: Interviews with Researchers, Writers and Psychologists” is a video podcast created by Alice in Gothic Land. This is a space where you can listen to series of interviews/lessons where we analyse horror and the Gothic from the other side. The aim is to help you keep learning aspects of your own identity. In Episode 9 “T…
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Host Nick Patton chats with author-illustrator Stuart Hausmann about the picture book Linus. A book about being yourself and inspiring change in others. Hausmann talks about how a fine art career morphed into picture books through the library. Plus, how collaborative is making a picture book? And how do you balance a creative life with your day job…
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“The Road to Self-Recognition: Interviews with Researchers, Writers and Psychologists” is a video podcast created by Alice in Gothic Land. This is a space where you can listen to series of interviews/lessons where we analyse horror and the Gothic from the other side. The aim is to help you keep learning aspects of your own identity. In Episode 8 “T…
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Host Nick Patton chats with award-winning author-illustrator Doug Salati about his picture book and winner of the 2023 Caldecott Medal, HOT DOG. They talk about drawing inspiration from your life and why picture books offer an opportunity to tell a different type of story. Plus, how elements like color and the use of wordless spreads helped tell th…
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Host Nadia Salomon chats with author Angela Dalton about the picture book TO BOLDLY GO, illustrated by Lauren Semmer. When you think of Star Trek, do you think about civil rights? After reading today's featured book, you will. Plus how a fictional character can have a real-world impact. And then a frank conversation about what it means to launch yo…
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Host Nick Patton chats with award-winning author Jeanne Willis about the picture book Hom illustrated by Paddy Donnelly. What would you do for a friend? And what price would you pay to protect someone you love? Plus, have you ever wondered what happened to that kid in school who lied all the time? Maybe they became a writer? And speaking of writers…
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Host Nick Patton chats with author Ratha Tep about the picture book Wally the World's Greatest Piano-Playing Wombat, illustrated by Camilla Pintonato. They discuss what healthy competition means. And the mindset that is needed to turn competition into a positive, beneficial experience. You have to listen to the world's greatest picturebooking podca…
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Host Nick Patton chats with award-winning author-illustrator Charise Mericle Harper about the picture book I Cannot Draw A Horse. For being a book about a skateboard-riding, horse-obsessed cat, this title is practically non-fiction. Plus, a discussion about what you need – to do what you think you can't. Then, you'll learn why taking away your opti…
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Host Nick Patton chats with illustrator Brian Biggs about the picture book I Can't Draw by Stephen W. Martin. I Can't Draw is a celebration of drawing and the joy of having fun making art. Plus, advice on what a parent should do to encourage a kid who shows interest in drawing. And a discussion about how Brian created a book with four different ill…
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Host Valerie Bolling chats with author Kelly Starling Lyons about her picture book, My Hands Tell A Story. This book celebrates how hands hold the memories of a meaningful life. It's a fun chat about finding your purpose and place. Learn about the benefits of saying Yes to opportunities and writing across genres. Plus, a quick yet essential lesson …
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Host Shawna J. C. Tenney chats with author-illustrator Ana Aranda about her picture book, Our Day of the Dead Celebration. It's a fun chat about family, culture and belonging. Ana challenges you to learn about the people you haven't met that shaped the family that you love. Plus, the process and the smells of making traditional illustrations. Wait,…
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Host Valerie Bolling chats with Super Bowl Champion, author & CEO of Share the Magic Foundation, Malcolm Mitchell. Mitchell shares his passion for books and youth literacy in this inspiring episode. Plus, a conversation around feeling like an impostor even after success. And an open discussion about how we teach our kids and the resources we provid…
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Host and today's book illustrator Shawna J.C. Tenney chats with author Stacy McAnulty about the picture book Blood! Not Just a Vampire Drink. This hilarious non-fiction picture book features two vampires and a 100% blood-free smoothie shop. Today's talk is a rare picturebooking episode featuring a chat between the author and the illustrator! They t…
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Host Shawna J.C. Tenney chats with author-illustrator Kristin Wauson about the picture book Mr. Thatcher's House. This story is about a rabbit working to build the perfect house, but it never seems like home. Plus, how to use lighting to help tell your story. And why you should stop trying to make your digital drawing look traditional. Is the solut…
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Host Shawna J.C. Tenney chats with author Janet Sumner Johnson about the picture book Braver Than Brave. This story is about a girl named Wanda finding the confidence to be her own kind of brave. Plus, How Chris Evans inspired the social media campaign for today's book. And you will learn the main difference between a successful writer and one who …
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Host Shawna J.C. Tenney chats with author-illustrator Blythe Russo about the picture book Sloth Sleeps Over. This heartwarming friendship story is about Sloth's first sleepover. She thinks sleepovers are all about sleeping, but her friend wants to stay up all night! Plus, you've heard past guests talk about leaving space in their writing for the il…
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Nick Patton chats with author Rebecca Gardyn Levington about the picture book, Brainstorm!, illustrated by Kate Kronreif. Brainstorm! depicts the creativity inside us through a shower of funny phrases, a whirlwind of adjectives and verbs and a downpour of enormous ideas. Plus, why you should start your creative project for yourself but finish for a…
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Host Nick Patton chats with author Troy Wilson about the picture book, Hat Cat, illustrated by Eve Coy. Hat Cat is a profound and tender story about love, loss and trust. Nick and Troy discuss their first experience with death and the strangeness of devastating news on bright warm days. Days that their world shifted, and yet nothing in the world ch…
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Author, Julio Torres, discusses I Want To Be A Vase, illustrated by Julian Glander. This book features a plunger who wishes to defy his shape and become a vase. Julio Torres is a comedian, the creator of the HBO special My Favorite Shapes, and has written for Saturday Night Live. He’s also one of the masterminds behind Los Espookys, HBO’s Spanish-l…
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