It was an honor to be asked to write about four great new books for the NY Times. Click here for link. BRIGHT STAR Written and illustrated by Yuyi Morales 40 pp. Neal Porter/Holiday House. $18.99. (Ages 4 to 8) MY TWO BORDER TOWNS Written by David Bowles Illustrated by Erika Meza 40 pp.
Christian and I were thrilled to be interviewed about Milo Imagines the World on Good Morning America. You can watch the segment here!
Christian and I were thrilled to be able to share Milo Imagines the World on NPR’s Weekend Edition. Listen to the segment here.
Christian and I are so excited that Milo Imagines the World is finally out. We’ve been doing a lot of virtual events with schools and libraries and bookstores, which has been great, but we are really looking forward to the day that we can meet readers in person. My greatest hope for Milo is
Homebound Letter 14 (The Final One) – June 15, 2020 Dear Stuck-at-Home Elementary School Students: Congratulations, you made it to the end of the school year! And what a year it was. A global pandemic forced you out of the classroom and onto a computer screen. For the last three months
Homebound Letter 13 – May 5, 2020 Dear Teacher: When I was in high school, a teacher changed the trajectory of my life – though I was unable to see it that way at the time. It happened at the end of my 11th grade year. I was a basketball player. A
Homebound Letter 12 – April 22, 2020 Dear Stuck-at-Home Students: Reality is now setting in for almost all of us. No more in-person school for the rest of the year. You’re going to attempt to finish the school year from home. From the kitchen table or your bedroom desk or the couch
Homebound Letter 11 – April 17, 2020 Dear Stuck-at-Home Students: When I was young, I used to think I lived the most ordinary life in the history of ordinary lives. Whenever I encountered an interesting character in a book or movie I’d feel so dull. I’d think, Man, nobody would EVER make
Homebound Letter 10 – April 14, 2020 Dear Stuck-at-Home Luna: Happy birthday!!! I can’t believe you’re six years old! Seems like just yesterday your mom and I were bringing you home from the hospital, to your Popo’s basement apartment in Brooklyn, where we were living at the time. I remember showing you