Natascha Biebow–What Was on Her . . .
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Natascha Biebow–What Was on Her . . .

It’s time to take out your crayons, folks, because March 31st is National Crayon Day. In fact, why not celebrate by reading The Crayon Man: The Story of the Invention of Crayola Crayons by Natascha Biebow. Before you head to your online library, though, stay right where you are, because Natascha is going to tell … Continue reading

Rebecca Grabill–What Was on Her . . .
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Rebecca Grabill–What Was on Her . . .

In celebration of the recent release of A Year with Mama Earth, Rebecca Grabill joins us today to tell what was on her country road, children’s hands, and list of scariest things. She also talks about the mysterious and wondrous things that surround us. Rebecca is a poet and writer of both lyrical and spooky … Continue reading

Christy Mihaly–What Was on Her . . .
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Christy Mihaly–What Was on Her . . .

These past few weeks, I’ve had the First Amendment on my mind. It’s being discussed and tested in ways I’ve never seen before. But what exactly does the First Amendment protect? Well, Christy Mihaly has written the perfect book to help. Free for You and Me: What Our First Amendment Means is written for children, … Continue reading

Shari Swanson–What Was on Her . . .
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Shari Swanson–What Was on Her . . .

Honey: The Dog Who Saved Abe Lincoln will be released on January 14th, and I’m delighted to be celebrating its arrival into the world with its author, Shari Swanson. Honey is a forgotten true story that Shari discovered through pure tenaciousness. Finding a reference to a childhood friend of Abe Lincoln, she followed lead after … Continue reading