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READ THE TRANSCRIPT | BUY THE BOOK May is Jewish American Heritage Month and Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. We celebrate both on The Book of Life by talking to Madelyn Rosenberg and Wendy Wan-Long Shang, co-authors of This Is Just a Test and Not Your All-American Girl, a pair of middle grade novels set in the 1980's that feature a Jewish Ch…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with wildlife population geneticist and children's book author L.E. Carmichael about wolves, forensics, and writing like a scientist. To find out more about L.E. Carmichael and her books, visit her website! Books recommended on this episode: Out of the Ice: How Climate Change Is Revealing…
 
READ THE TRANSCRIPT | BUY THE BOOK 🕮 Ambika Sambasivan is the publisher at Yali Books, which opens a window to South Asia –India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and the Maldives —and invites the rest of the world to learn more about the incredible diversity of this region. Maxine Rose Schur is the author of Brave with …
 
Tune in to hear Nicole and Nusrah talk about excellent children’s literature in verse, alongside a conversation with the wonderful Charles Waters, the co-author of Can I Touch Your Hair?: Poems of Race, Mistakes, and Friendship. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! This post contains affi…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while they talk with web designer and middle grade author Gail Villanueva. For more information about Gail and her books, visit her website Books recommended on this episode: A Garden in Your Belly: Meet the Microbes in Your Gut (Masha D'Yans) What Miss Mitchell Saw (Hayley Barrett (Author) Diana Sudy…
 
Tune in to hear Nicole and Nusrah talk about Asian American femme authors, in conversation with the wonderful Kelly Yang, author of Front Desk and Parachutes. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! Books Mentioned Any Day With You by Mae Respicio Insurrecto by Gina Apostol – adult recommend…
 
On this KidLit Podcast, listen to this “how-to” joke book that not only tells you lots of very funny jokes, it shows you how to make up jokes of your own! Now you can be the life of every party! Watch Marvin’s LAUGH IT UP! ABOUT the Book Why did the farmer spray his chickens with perfume? Because he couldn’t stand the FOWL smell! What do you get if…
 
On this KidLit RADIO podcast, Rocco & award-winning author/illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh chat about Duncan’s unique illustration style which is inspired by Pre-Columbian art and about how his stories honor the past, but are relevant to children now, like his new book SOLDIER FOR EQUALITY: JOSÉ DE LA LUZ SÁENZ AND THE GREAT WAR. Watch Duncan on StoryM…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as we talk to neuroscientist and children's book author Laura Gehl. To find out more about Laura and her books check out her website Books recommended on this episode: Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years (McAnulty/ Litchfield) The Last Marshmallow (Lin) Girl Versus Squirrel (Barrett/ Adriani) Find out …
 
KidLit RADIO and iNK Think Tank’s NONFICTION MINUTE! Nonfiction Minute Podcasts: CLIMATE CHANGE: Here’s Some Evidence Climate change is in the air, the sea, and the minds of scientists. What is it really about? How urgent is the problem? Can it be stabilized? Read more and find out! Climate Change: The Facts and the Consequences by Dorothy Hinshaw …
 
“More pink, more beads, more shine!” Mary is a little bit extra in all the right ways, but as every fashionista must learn, sometimes less is more. Join Vanessa Brantley Newton on this podcast episode of Read Out Loud as she reads, MARY HAD A LITTLE GLAM. ABOUT THE BOOK This little Mary has STYLE! In this fun take on Mother Goose, fashion-forward M…
 
Before the invention of Crayola crayons, most children could only draw in black or white! In this episode of Read Out Loud on KidLit RADIO, author Natascha Biebow reads the colorful, true story of inventor Edwin Binney, THE CRAYON MAN! Watch Natascha’s READ OUT LOUD! THE CRAYON MAN, winner of the Bank Street Irma Black Award for Excellence in Child…
 
In this episode of KidLit RADIO, listen to Robin Newman read NO PEACOCKS! If sunflower seeds were all you were allowed to eat for breakfast, lunch, AND dinner, you might get fed up too! On this episode of Read Out Loud join author Robin Newman as she tells the story of Phil, Jim, and Harry — three peacocks on a mission for mac ‘n cheese — in NO PEA…
 
On this podcast episode of Read Out Loud, author Elaine Kiely Kearns reads from her debut book, NOAH NOASAURUS! Watch Elaine’s READ OUT LOUD! About the Book Noah Noasaurus woke up feeling very No. No to brushing his teeth. No to eating breakfast. And definitely No to playing with his little brother. Things only get worse when Noah goes for a walk a…
 
Breathe calm into your family’s life. Learn about meditation and yogic breathing with Dr. Frank Sileo, child psychologist and author of BEE CALM: THE BUZZ ON YOGA, on this episode of KidLit RADIO! Watch Dr. Frank on STORYMAKERS! ABOUT the Book by Dr. Frank Sileo, illustrated by Clair Keay In this companion book to Bee Still: An Invitation to Medita…
 
KidLit RADIO and iNK Think Tank’s NONFICTION MINUTE! Nonfiction Minute Podcasts: Celebrating Women’s History Month Jan Adkins, iNK’s Explainer General introduces: Susanna Reich—History Happens Everywhere Amy Nathan—Caterpillars to the Rescue Vicki Cobb—Marie Curie: An Elite Player in the Science Game Roxie Munro—Mary Kingsley Copyright ©2019, iNK T…
 
Linda Elovitz Marshall was excited to get her COVID-19 shot, and back in the day she was glad to be vaccinated for polio too. That gratitude led her to create the picture book biography The Polio Pioneer: Dr. Jonas Salk and the Polio Vaccine illustrated by Lisa Anchin, a 2020 Sydney Taylor Notable Book. LEARN MORE: Linda Elovitz Marshall's website …
 
This week Nicole and Nusrah are back to talk about some excellent middle-grade books with non-binary and trans leads. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! Resources to curate more middle-grade books with non-binary and trans leads https://lgbtqreads.com/middle-grade/ https://www.lambdalit…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while we talk to children's book author/illustrator and pediatrician Dow Phumiruk about pictures, pediatrics and 12-Color Pens! Learn more about Dow on her website! Books Recommended on this Episode: The Last Straw: Kids vs. Plastics (Hood/Engel) Ada Twist, Scientist (Beaty/Roberts) Can You Crack the …
 
My good friend Susan Kusel has been on the podcast before, to talk about The Sydney Taylor Shmooze, and to announce the Sydney Taylor Book Award winners in 2018 and 2019. She also appeared in Beyond the Holocaust and Holidays, a 2019 episode about the Highlights Foundation's writing symposium, and in the 2020 episode The Mitzvah of Voting: Part 1. …
 
Nicole and Nusrah discuss empowering board books in honor of Women’s History Month! For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. Resources for curating an inclusive selection Vilissa Thompson, S…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while we talk to children's book author and computer scientist Laurie Wallmark about Biographies, Dinosaurs, & Computer Science! Find out more about Laurie Wallmark on her website. Books recommended on this episode: The Reason for the Seasons (Peterson) Beastly Bionics: Rad Robots, Brilliant Biomicry,…
 
Nicole and guest Jenn Northington discuss the results of the 2021 Rainbow List, fantasy chapter books, and hear from BB Alston, author of Amari and the Night Brothers. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! Relevant Links The ALA’s 2021 Rainbow List BB Alston Books Discussed Amari and the N…
 
Aviva Brown is the author of Ezra's BIG Shabbat Question and Not Now, Mara! These picture books portray Jewish children of color without making a big deal about it, something we don't see often enough in kidlit. Listen to Aviva as she talks about her inspiration, about self publishing, and about winning Mother of the Year Award for the state of Nor…
 
Join Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while we talk to nonfiction children's book author Melissa Stewart (who has degrees in biology and science journalism) about nonfiction, finding stories, and structure vs function. Find out more about Melissa on her website. Books recommended in this episode: Save the Crash Test Dummies (Swanson/Grooms) Cross…
 
Nicole and Matthew discuss the results of the 2021 Youth Media Awards and celebrate some of their favorite books honored by the awards. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. RELEVANT LINK…
 
Join hosts Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with picture book author and extramural research integrity officer/ molecular biologist Patricia Valdez about Komodo dragons, the importance of role models, and Spy Hunting. Find out more about Patricia and her books on her website! STEM books recommended on this episode: Just Right: Search…
 
Rebecca Levitan is the chair of the Sydney Taylor Book Award committee of the Association of Jewish Libraries. She joined us to discuss the 2021 winners of the award, which annually recognizes the best Jewish literature for children and teens. AJL is an affiliate of the American Library Association, so the Sydney Taylor Book Awards are announced at…
 
Nicole and Matthew talk about current awareness of the Holocaust among Millenials and Gen Z individuals as well as antisemitic images and language present at the January 6 insurrection event at the Capital in Washington, DC. Joining us is Susan Kusel, synagogue librarian, book buyer for an independent bookstore, and author of The Passover Guest, il…
 
Join hosts Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with middle grade author and software engineer Aimee Lucido about Java, "bark" mitzfah, and forms of writing. Find out more about Aimee and her books on her website! STEM books recommended on this episode: Secret Coders (Yang/Holmes) The Animals Would Not Sleep! (Levine/ Alvarez Miguens) Be…
 
Nicole and Matthew talk about the books they’re most looking forward to in 2021. Joining us is Sailaja Joshi, CEO and founder of Mango and Marigold Press. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! RELEVANT LINKS: Mango and Marigold Press BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: PICTURE BOOKS Tag Team (El …
 
The Sydney Taylor Shmooze is a mock book award blog that reviews Jewish children's and teen literature and invites readers to vote for the titles that they think will win the Sydney Taylor Book Award. In the last episode of The Book of Life, I spoke with my fellow admins of The Shmooze, Susan Kusel and Chava Pinchuck, about the whys and hows of thi…
 
The Sydney Taylor Shmooze is a mock award blog created in Spring 2020 by Susan Kusel, Chava Pinchuck, and me, in order to encourage discussion of Jewish children's and teen literature eligible for the Sydney Taylor Book Award. In this podcast episode, Susan and Chava join me to talk about how it's going and about how YOU can vote for the mock award…
 
On this kid lit podcast episode of Read Out Loud, T.E. McMorrow reads aloud THE NUTCRACKER IN HARLEM. ABOUT THE BOOK Written by T.E. McMorrow and illustrated by James Ransome. This jazz-inspired reinvention of The Nutcracker is a worthy tribute to the dreamlike wonder and magic of the Christmas season. In this original retelling, set in New York Ci…
 
Away in a manger — was a whole lot of noise! As Joseph and Mary try to get the baby Jesus to sleep, they discover stables aren’t the quietest places! As you try to get your own little ones to sleep this holiday season, listen together to Laura Sassi reading GOODNIGHT MANGER on this kidlit podcast episode of Read Out Loud. ABOUT THE BOOK Goodnight, …
 
Nicole and Matthew talk about the collective pandemic experience and how, despite all going through this together, we can end up feeling awfully alone. Joining us is book creator LeUyen Pham, Caldecott Honor recipient and author and illustrator of Outside, Inside. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right…
 
Quick! KidLit Radio listeners, one of Santa’s reindeer has gone missing. If Santa and the other seven reindeer can’t find Prancer, there may never be another Christmas! Find out where Prancer has gone on this holiday podcast episode of Read Out Loud as Rocco reads the picture book classic, WHERE’S PRANCER by Syd Hoff. Watch Rocco read WHERE’S PRANC…
 
Join Rajani and Artemis as they talk to raptor biologist and KidLit author Jane Veltkamp about raptors, 3D printing, and writing for a cause. Visit Jane's website: https://www.birdsofpreynorthwest.org/ Buy Beauty and the Beak Books recommended in this episode: Scientists Get Dressed (Rose) The Mutant Mushroom Takeover (Short) Snowflake Bentley (Mar…
 
In December 2020, the world received a wondrous Hanukkah gift: Daveed Diggs’ “Puppy for Hanukkah” video. I see Puppy for Hanukkah as an excellent model for creating terrific Jewish children’s literature! Read full essay at https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2020/12/the-puppy-test.html
 
Nicole and Matthew talk about working with children through challenging questions with truthful answers. Joining us is special guest Jelani Memory, author of A Kids Book About Racism and co-founder and CEO of A Kids Book About. For even more kidlit news and recommendations, sign up for our The Kids Are All Right newsletter! Relevant Links: A Kids B…
 
Rajani and Artemis talk to software developer and children's book author Karen Strong about technology, haints, and "debugging a book." Learn more about Karen and her books on her website: https://www.karen-strong.com/ Purchase Just South of Home Books recommended on this episode: How to Code A Rollercoaster (Funk/Palacios) Feathers: Not Just for F…
 
Theodor Bikel, of blessed memory, was an Austrian-American actor, folk singer, musician, composer, unionist and political activist. Journalist Aimee Ginsburg Bikel is the wife of the late Theodore Bikel, and she brought to life Theo's story, City of Light.
 
Rajani and Artemis talk to physician and children's book author Sayantani DasGupta about narrative medicine, fantasy and "kids like me". Learn more about Christine and her books on her website: http://www.sayantanidasgupta.com/ Purchase Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond Books recommended on this episode: 100 Bugs!: A Counting Book (Narita/Kaufman) H…
 
Ever wonder who came up with the idea for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons? KidLit Radio is back with a special Thanksgiving podcast edition of Read Out Loud. Join Rocco as he reads Melissa Sweet’s BALLOONS OVER BROADWAY. ABOUT THE BOOK Balloons Over Broadway By Melissa Sweet Everyone’s a New Yorker on Thanksgiving Day when young and old…
 
Sunday dinner is on the table. Whatever you do — DON’T LET ANTIE MABEL BLESS THE TABLE! Find out why on this podcast episode of Ready Set Draw as Vanessa Brantley-Newton reads her tale of family, thanksgiving, and patience. Watch Vanessa’s Episode of Read Out Loud ABOUT THE BOOK Auntie Mabel and her family and friends have gathered for their big Su…
 
Nicole and Matthew share a selection of the books they’ve recommended most this year. This episode is sponsored by TBR, Book Riot’s subscription service offering reading recommendations personalized to your reading life. , Spacebattle Lunchtime Vol. 3 by Natalie Riess from Oni Lion Forge Publishing Group, and Odessa by Jonathan Hill from Oni Lion F…
 
STEM Woman and KidLit author Jennifer Swanson talks with Artemis and Rajani about chemistry, cars, and Cousteau. Jennifer's website: https://jenniferswansonbooks.com/ Jennifer's podcast: https://solveitforkids.com/ Books recommended in this episode: Water is Water (Paul/Chin) An Egg is Quiet (Aston/Long) http://www.steamteambooks.com/ For more info…
 
Anya and the Dragon is Sofiya Pasternak's debut, a middle grade Jewish historical fantasy novel. It was recognized by a 2020 Sydney Taylor Honor Award. It will be joined on November 10, 2020 by a sequel, Anya and the Nightingale. Join me for a fascinating conversation with Sofiya about the history behind the fantasy. See full show notes at https://…
 
Kidlit These Days is your kidlit connoisseurs pairing the best of children’s literature with what’s going on in the world today. Join hosts Matthew and Nicole as they dig into current events and recommend books for kids from birth to middle school! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Nicole and Matthew talk about the election, political leadership, and using your voice to bring about democratic change. This episode is sponsored by TBR, Book Riot’s subscription service offering reading recommendations personalized to your reading life, Julian at the Wedding by Jessica Love, and Emporia State University’s School of Library & Info…
 
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