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Julie Abery–What Was on Her . . .
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Julie Abery–What Was on Her . . .

Lovers of rhyme, rejoice! Our guest today is Julie Abery, a rhythm-maker and rhymer extraordinaire. Julie has six books to her name, with three more on the way. She has written board books about little animals, a biography about an Olympic swimmer, a nonfiction about a swimming team—and every single one of them is in … Continue reading

Oliver Dominguez–What Was on His . . .
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Oliver Dominguez–What Was on His . . .

I have a very special guest today—Oliver Dominguez, the illustrator of Nacho’s Nachos. Oliver created an absolutely magnificent 1940s vibe for our book. From the moment you open the cover, you feel as though you’ve stepped 80 years back in time. Just look at the spread below with Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya and Roberto de los … Continue reading

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