5 Questions With...

  • Five Questions With... Abby Hanlon (Dory Fantasmagory)

    The author of Dory Fantasmagory talks about art and having her most helpful critics at home.

  • Five Questions With... Rachel Vail (Unfriended)

    Rachel Vail writes on all levels, from picture books to The Huffington Post.

  • 5 Questions With... Duncan Tonatiuh (Separate is Never Equal)

    Duncan Tonatiuh brings Mexican-American past and present to the very colorful page.
  • 5 Questions With... Dav Pilkey (Captain Underpants series)

    The man behind Captain Underpants doesn’t understand why hundreds of people every year question whether Captain Underpants should be available for kids to read, but he won’t stop writing them.

  • 5 Questions With… Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet series)

    Kazu Kibuishi has had quite a year. It's hard to cover everything with just five questions, considering he battled a life-threatening illness that landed him in the hospital for weeks, illustrated the 15th anniversary edition box set of Harry Potter and produced Amulet 6, the next installment of his wildly popular graphic novel series.
  • 5 Questions With…Connie Schofield-Morrison and Frank Morrison ('I Got the Rhythm')

    Connie Schofield-Morrison and Frank Morrison have teamed up for the first time to capture the rhythm of the neighborhood.
  • 5 Questions With… Anne Ursu ('The Real Boy')

    It's my goal to write characters that readers can really identify with and feel for. I think that emotional connection is really important to middle grade; readers of this age are so empathetic.
  • 5 Questions With…Deborah Jo Larson (ONE FROZEN LAKE)

    What a year you have had! Tell us about your recent life experiences since publishing your first picture book, ONE FROZEN LAKE. What have been some of the highlights as a first-time children’s author?
  • 5 Questions With... Edcamp Foundation's Dan Callahan

    Edcamp is participant-driven professional development following the unconference model. Instead of the traditional top-down model where somebody organizing the PD determines which things people can learn about, the agenda at an Edcamp is designed by the participants at the beginning of the event.
  • 5 Questions With… Donalyn Miller

    Susan Kelley, my colleague, and I decided that surveying the reading habits of adults who read avidly would give teachers an accurate, robust portrait of how lifelong readers behave and offer insight into how these habits could be fostered and supported in young readers.
  • 5 Questions With... Seymour Simon

    Good writing is essential for any text, fiction or nonfiction. Too often we expect nonfiction to be “the player to be named later” in terms of quality. We expect good fiction to be “good” because of the excellence of the way a story is told; why shouldn’t we expect the same with nonfiction?
  • 5 Questions With… Kate Sullivan (ON LINDEN SQUARE)

    Can you tell us about its path from draft to published picture book?

    The real-life story of the blizzard on Linden Square rattled around in my head for almost 20 years. It wasn’t until I enrolled in the ‘How to Create a Picture Book Dummy’ course...
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