I’m thrilled to be welcoming Aimée Sicuro for Women’s History Month. Aimee is an illustrator, picture book maker, and surface pattern designer. But I know her best as the illustrator of The Stuff Between the Stars: How Vera Rubin Discovered Most of the Universe. Continue reading
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Helena Perez Garcia–What Was on Her . . .
Today is National Weatherperson’s Day and the perfect day to talk with Helena Perez Garcia. Why? you may ask. Because Helena has brought to life America’s first female meteorologist in a picture book that celebrates her life. Continue reading
Katelyn Aronson–What Was on Her . . .
Since I can’t get away to the City of Lights, I’m doing the next best thing: Chatting with KatelynAronson, the creator of my favorite French pig, Piglette! Continue reading
Elizabeth Kuelbs–What Was on Her . . .
I’m delighted to have one of my favorite poets, Elizabeth Kuelbs, with us today. Ever since the time change, days have been too dark too soon, and I’ve needed some extra light at the end of the day. Elizabeth’s poems and stories have been just that! Continue reading