Victoria Jamieson is an American author and illustrator of children’s books, known for “Roller Girl,” a graphic novel about roller derby
Storytime with children’s book illustrator Floyd Cooper. Floyd Cooper is the Coretta Scott King award-winning illustrator of nearly 100 books for children. Floyd started his career in illustration at Hallmark, after a successful career in the industrial side of art, he made the leap into picture books with Eloise Greenfield’s Grandpa’s Face. Since then Floyd …
Join Jackie Lima and other artists for a virtual art show and party. Artists include: Edward Coppola Marie Roberts Joseph O’Neal Harriet Finck Patricia Dahlman Michael DalCerro Betsey Rosenwald Jenna Katzin Lash Jackie Lima
“When I was seven, I announced at the dinner table that when I grew up, I was going to be a bookmaker. Everybody laughed. But ever since I can remember, making books — creating stories and pictures — was what I wanted to do. So, now that I’m more or less a grownup, I’m more …
Author Blair Thornburgh reads from her latest children’s book, “Second Banana,” and from her 2019 book, “Skulls.”
Editor Deb’e Taylor shares images and text by children who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
World War 3 Illustrated is an American comics anthology magazine with a left-wing political focus, founded in 1979 by New York City comic book artists Peter Kuper and Seth Tobocman, and painter Christof Kohlhofer, and subsequently produced by a collective with a rotating editorship. For their 51st edition, World War 3 Illustrated asked their artists …
Editor Deb’e Taylor interviews seven young authors who live all over the US, who created images and text about how they have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Their book “Hopes High” is an inspiring collection of poetry, stories and comics. The young authors also perform some of their work.
Join Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal in this interactive storytime with puppets based on author Todd Parr’s “Rocky Raccoon” and “The Goodbye Book.”
Interview (with Andy Laties) Author and illustrator of “Wheels on the Bus” speaks with Andy Laties.