Q&A with “Stu Truly” author, Dan Richards!

Get ready for a laugh, because Stu Truly is now available and we’re going behind the scenes with author Dan Richards! Dav Pikey calls this book “A charming tale of angst and self-discovery,”  and Kirkus Reveiws says it’s “utterly charmingly…[a] promising and funny debut.” Check out
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Behind the Scenes with Maria Gianferrari

We’ve got a special treat for animal lovers! Operation Rescue Dog, written by Maria Gianferrari and illustrated by Luisa Uribe, is the story of a young girl, Alma, and the rescue dog named Lulu, who is destined to become part of her family. Read below
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Q&A with Illustrator Holly Hatam

Holly Hatam is the illustrator for Jack (Not Jackie), a sweet story about the changes facing one family. In this important picture book, Susan discovers that her little sister Jackie prefers to play with mud and be a Superbug, rather than play forest fairies and
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Q&A with Erica Silverman, author of the transgender-affirming picture book ‘Jack (Not Jackie)’

Erica Silverman is the author of Jack (Not Jackie), a sweet story about the changes facing one family. In this important picture book, Susan discovers that her little sister Jackie prefers to play with mud and be a Superbug, rather than play forest fairies and wear
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Q&A with Melanie Sumrow, author of the stirring middle-grade novel ‘The Prophet Calls’

Melanie Sumrow’s The Prophet Calls tells the story of Gentry Forrester, a young girl born into a polygamous community in the foothills of New Mexico. Gentry feels lucky to live among God’s chosen people in the Prophet’s compound, but when music is outlawed, Gentry and her
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Q&A with Alice McGinty, Author of Globe-Trotting Picture Book ‘Pancakes to Parathas’

Pancakes to Parathas author Alice McGinty knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This drool-inducing picture book, illustrated by Tomoko Suzuki, features morning meals from all over the globe, including Japan, Nigeria, and Brazil. It’s a smart, engaging way to help kids gain
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Q&A with Samuel Pollen, Author of ‘The Year I Didn’t Eat’

The Year I Didn’t Eat author Samuel Pollen has written an honest portrayal—sometimes humorous, sometimes heart-wrenching—of what it’s like to live with an eating disorder. Based on his own experiences with anorexia, Pollen tells the story of twelve-year-old Max, a boy who finds himself struggling not
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Q&A with Isabel Galupo, Co-Author of ‘Maiden & Princess’

Maiden & Princess is a beautifully inclusive and diverse picture book published in partnership with GLAAD, and we recently had a chance to chat with one of the book’s authors, Isabel Galupo, about her inspiration, her writing process, and more! Read below for insight into
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Q&A with Allison Crotzer Kimmel, Author of ‘The Eternal Soldier’

Have you heard of Sallie, the canine Civil War hero? Many people haven’t! We’re so excited to share her story in The Eternal Soldier, which shows that bravery comes in all shapes and forms. Recently we had the chance to send a few questions to
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Q&A with Amanda Marrone, author of ‘Only the Stars Know her Name’

We recently had the opportunity to chat with one of our Yellow Jacket authors, Amanda Marrone, about her new book, Only the Stars Know Her Name, her start as a writer, and what she does in her spare time. Everyone knows the story of the
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