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The writers behind great children's stories – from picture books to middle-grade, novels to non-fiction
Celebrating graphic novels with Jorge Aguirre and Rafael Rosado and their book "Giants Beware" (First Second Books).
Author Esme Raji Codell's "Seed by Seed" offers a wonderful way to celebrate Earth Day.
Author Renee Watson spotlights lesser-known figure of the Harlem Renaissance with picture book "Harlem's Little Blackbird."
Augusta Scattergood draws on real-life experiences growing up in the segregated South of the 1960s with her debut middle-grade novel, "Glory Be."
Author-illustrator Matthew Cordell creates a wonderful celebration of the unplugged world with "Hello! Hello!" from Disney-Hyperion.
Ben Hatke shares the mysteries behind intergalactic hero Zita the Spacegirl, a perfect read for girls and boys.
Carolyn Crimi's latest ruff and tumble read is "Pugs in a Bug," her 13th hilarious picture book.
Author Brenda Ferber goes straight for the heart with The Yuckiest, Stinkiest, Best Valentine Ever.
Author Amy Timberlake's interest in birding comes through in her latest middle-grade novel, One Came Home, out this month from Knopf.
The 2011 Cybils Awards recognized the very best in children's literature, and this year is special because it is the first year picture book apps are included.
A childhood studies expert weighs in on picture book apps, whistles and bells, and John Newbery's book marketing in 1744.
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