Thank you, Elizabeth, for the fabulous interview on your site! Peeps, go here to read it and learn about how Little Chicken’s Big Christmas was born!
…And that’s your Flashback Friday: Milk and Bookies!
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Brain Burps About Books Podcast #160 Share this with your peeps, click here to tweet about it! Announcements Get a FREE Write Your Own Coloring Book version of Little Chicken’s Big Christmas between Dec 5 – 12 with every $4.99 purchase! Just send your receipt from Amazon to firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Like the way this Christmas book for pre-schoolers looks? Get it here!
…And that’s your Flashback Friday: Tony DiTerlizzi Shares the Dummy for the Spider & the Fly! Happy Picture Book Month!
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Brain Burps About Books Podcast #159 Announcements Little Chicken’s Big Christmas Kindle book is FAB because of Kristen Eckstein. Want to learn to publish your own Kindle book? Kristen’s Kindle Boot Camp is coming in January, but if you sign up by THIS Thursday you can get $200 off the […]
…And that’s your Flashback Friday: Chris Raschka Interview! Happy Picture Book Month!
If you’d like downloadable images for your site to pin or blog about Little Chicken’s Big Christmas, feel free to download or grab any of the ones here. There are bookmarks, both in color and waiting to be colored. Please just don’t strip the links, and give credit. You don’t even have to blog or pin – just […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Podcast #158 Share this with your peeps, click here to tweet about it! Announcements Corey Olsen, aka The Tolkien Professor is hosting a webcast for educators. click here to sign up for one of the two webcasts. Don’t forget it’s PiBoIdMo! Tara Lazar has some phenomenal guest bloggers […]
The new Children’s Literature Fellows, a one-year certificate program launched last year by Stony Brook Southampton’s MFA in Creative Writing and Literature, is now accepting applications for 2014. The year-long course of instruction – accomplished mostly in distance learning format – was developed by author and Children’s Literature Conference Director Emma Walton Hamilton and MFA […]