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As parents, we want to instill messages in our children’s mind that they will remember forever. Those messages are the values and keys to life they will carry with them into the real world. Did you know that children’s books can be used as a tool to raise good humans? To have conversations with our kids that matter most? Join us on this journey as we spotlight talented authors and their beautiful books. Books that act as tools to create dialogue and bond with our children. Learn how to walk ...
 
Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
 
The brand new podcast for those in the world of publishing! Chapter and Verse - The Art of Selling Children’s Books will be hosted by children's editor at The Bookseller, Charlotte Eyre. Twice a month, Charlotte will be joined by a different author who will share their story with us and discuss a challenge in line with their upcoming title. From reaching out to LGBTQ+ teens to introducing an adult author to the children's audience, we will be sharing ways to get books into the hands of all c ...
 
Your Children’s Bookshelf is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing FREE children’s books through our Donors and Program Partners to families and children; encouraging the love of reading, fostering literacy and education. It was sparked and inspired by published children’s author Mary Jane Miller, whose life was marked by the love of reading, writing, and family. Mary Jane’s incredible connection to children and caregivers is woven through her stories and her family. Here on our Po ...
 
How do you know a good book when you see it? What books are really worth reading? The purpose of this conversation is to help mothers and fathers identify books that will liberate their children to embrace truth, goodness, and beauty. We’ll be pondering questions of life and lifestyle as we seek to become people who live deeply and read deeply, drawing our children into the adventure of reading and living.
 
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Join the conversation with author Claire Swinarski as we discuss how it is possible to write realistic, contemporary middle grade fiction--with a mainstream publisher--and still have content that points readers to truth and goodness. Claire shares how important it is to tackle tough topics with middle schoolers in a hopeful, virtuous, and non-borin…
 
Is there any Season with more marvelous picture books?! Let's discover a few more together! Join the conversation with Amanda Knapp and Charity Hill as they swap Christmas picture book favorites. Do Charity and Amanda feel guilty about the Christmas + presents connection? What does Charity think about the gift-giving and "the true meaning of Christ…
 
What kind of books are we looking for when our child first learns to read? First, Charity demystifies some of the lingo surrounding early readers. (What are early readers? WHY early readers? What are transitional books? ) Charity will tell you what she really thinks about Junie B. Jones, Ivy + Bean, and the Magic Tree House Series. She shares her r…
 
Are you ready to have the biggest parent-teacher conference of your life? Listen as Jeremy Adams describes the pandemic of vacuity that is afflicting our young people. A decorated and most-beloved CA teacher, Jeremy Adams is the author of Hollowed Out: A Warning About America's Next Generation. He demonstrates the "uniquely perilous" position of ou…
 
At listener request, Charity answers some of your most practical and theoretical questions about going to the library. Should you go to the library? What should you do about story time? Can going to the library with toddlers be fun? How do you navigate that situation? How do you choose what books to bring home? What are your parameters for decision…
 
As part of an ongoing initiative, Charity Hill reviews children's books. In this episode, Charity reviews two novels by Sara Pennypacker: Pax and Here In The Real World. In Pax, we find a deep relationship between a boy (Peter) and his partially domesticated fox (Pax), a search for a moral identity, and a quest to make peace. Finally, Charity wonde…
 
For our season finale, we bring you The Power of BookTok! Recorded live at The Children’s Conference you will hear from Charlotte alongside 3 guests. Author Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé, TikTok creator Faith Young and campaign manager at Rocket, Georgia Henry. How has TikTok changed the publishing industry? Has it changed the way we buy books and what’s n…
 
Marcie Stokman, founder and president of Well-Read Mom, joins Charity for a conversation. Marcie tells of the need she saw that motivated her to found Well-Read Mom. Marcie and Charity share how deep reading, in a community of women, has impacted them. They talk about the "moral imagination" and how fiction shapes a sense of truth and goodness. Cha…
 
This week on the podcast, Charlotte speaks to the brilliant and hilarious author Maz Evans! Find out how Maz became an author and debate our topic of the week - how do you make readers laugh when you're not a famous comedian! Also joined by CEO of Rocket, James Erskine. James has been marketing children's books for more than 10 years across all gen…
 
This week Charlotte is joined by Neurodivergent writer, Elle McNicoll. After completing her Masters dissertation on the lack of Own Voices representation for Neurodivergent children, she grew tired of the lack of inclusivity in the industry, and wrote a book herself and that's where her career began. Also on the podcast, marketeer Ella Chapman who …
 
Stories of strong girls and women show us that there is something distinctive about being a girl, about being a woman. Good literature, with strong female characters, has so much to offer! We wonder what is distinctive about being a girl? What is the feminine genius? Does my daughter have a heroic role to play? Where is the literature that supports…
 
A wonderful warm welcome to Liz Pichon! Author of the best selling Tom Gates series for 9+ readers, we talk to Liz about her career so far, winning awards and building a brand. Charlotte also talks to Cheyney Smith from Pan Macmillan for our industry insight. Thank you to both for joining us! For more information or to get in contact, please follow…
 
Finish the conversation between Julian Peters, comic artist of Poems to See By and Charity Hill. We reflect on Julian's visual interpretation of "Those Winter Sundays" by Robert Hayden from Poems To See By, the role of beauty in comics, and the suitability or unsuitability of adapting certain works of literature to comics. Please refer to this link…
 
Join the first part of the conversation with Julian Peters, comic artist of Poems to See By as he teaches Charity the differences between comics and illustrations. They reflect on two of Julian's visually interpreted poems from Poems To See By and consider international comic traditions, and the role of beauty in comics. Please refer to this link t…
 
This week Charlotte interviews author Anna James, and is joined by Charlotte Halstead from Penguin Random House for our industry insight. We talk all things Middle Grade, a chat about capturing the point of difference, what consumers want and how Instagram users are ‘aging up’. For more information or to get in contact, please follow The Bookseller…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 6 of Chapter and Verse: The Art of Selling Children’s Books. This week Charlotte is joined by New York Times and IndieBound bestselling author of Ace of Spades, Faridah Abike-Iyimide. Faridah talks about bringing her own experiences into her writing, and discusses her journey to becoming a published author. Joined by Ja…
 
This week on the podcast, author Alice Oseman joins Charlotte to talk about her career so far, what’s important to her as a writer and what’s next! With industry insight from Charlie Morris at Pan Macmillan, we discuss how important YA titles are for readers and what to consider when planning the marketing campaign. There's also so much in this epi…
 
Welcome back to a new episode of Chapter & Verse! This week, Charlotte is joined by the brilliant and hilarious Adam Kay. Talking about becoming a children’s author from the world of adult publishing, Adam talks about finding a gap in the market to make medicine entertaining for children. With industry insight from PR expert Simon Armstrong from Pe…
 
Looking for Diverse Children's Books on Leadership 2021? Find the perfect book here and meet the author! This week's author spotlight is on, SRD Harris. Author S.R.D. Harris is an Author, Speaker and Self-Publisher. Her debut title, “Future Miss President” was inspired by the Historic Election of the First Female U.S. Vice President. It provides an…
 
As part of an ongoing initiative, Charity Hill reviews children's books. In this episode, Charity reviews Kimberly Brubaker Bradley's The War That Saved My Life. In the book review series, Charity offers praise, summary, and analysis of the text so that parents can decide which books are worth reading. Charity praises the quality writing and the po…
 
This week's author spotlight is on, Alyssa Schermel. Alyssa Schermel (a.k.a. Unicorn Princess Gemma) is a children's entertainer and author of “The Unicorn Princess.” She loves sparking imagination and creative expression in kids as a way of building self-esteem. Alyssa has tons of experience reading to kids - from kids birthday parties to her wond…
 
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