children's book author
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Monthly Archives: September 2011
It was really freaky, this Erica Perl thing. A little over a year ago, my father asked me if I knew a writer named Erica Perl. I looked her up online, and while her books were familiar to me, she … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but when I wake each morning, I ask myself why I didn’t think of a pig who wanted to be kosher before Laurel Snyder did. Laurel’s the author of BAXTER, THE PIG WHO WANTED … Continue reading
Over on the divine Cynthia Leitich Smith‘s fabulous Cynsations site, an interview with…me about WATER BALLOON, finding my agent, and sharing entrees. Check back here tomorrow for an interview with the great Laurel Snyder about her new book, BIGGER THAN … Continue reading
I read this post on C.J. Redwine’s excellent blog yesterday. It’s mostly about all the hard work and commitment required to be a successful author, and how a person doesn’t turn into some superstar-other-kind-of-writer just by virtue of having a … Continue reading
In just one week, you will finally be able to get your hands on a sprinkle-covered treat. A cherry-topped sprinkled treat. The author of that treat, Lisa Schroeder, was kind enough to answer a few questions as we await the … Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, when you think middle-grade voice, the cover of A CROOKED KIND OF PERFECT materializes in your mind’s eye. I think of that book as the pitch-perfect example of middle-grade voice. I couldn’t wait to read … Continue reading
Take a look at today’s New York Times bestseller list for picture books. Note the author sitting in both the number 1 and number 2 spot. Go squeeze some fun out of the last two days of summer. Bring a … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kris Remenar, winner of the Buffalo Swag Fun Pack! And thank you all for these awesome, painful, hilarious, nostalgic memories. Sorry for the end-of-summer lull here on the blog. There’s big stuff ahead….