300 episodes

Exploring big ideas and the way that stories can help us feel seen, understood, and valued. The Children's Book Podcast features insightful and sincere interviews with authors, illustrators, and everyone involved in taking a book from drawing board to bookshelf. Hosted by a teacher and school librarian, each episode seeks to connect kids and listeners of all ages with powerful, impactful, and lasting stories, and the people who tell them.

The Children's Book Podcast Matthew C. Winner

    • Kids & Family

Exploring big ideas and the way that stories can help us feel seen, understood, and valued. The Children's Book Podcast features insightful and sincere interviews with authors, illustrators, and everyone involved in taking a book from drawing board to bookshelf. Hosted by a teacher and school librarian, each episode seeks to connect kids and listeners of all ages with powerful, impactful, and lasting stories, and the people who tell them.

    Whale Fall by Melissa Stewart

    Whale Fall by Melissa Stewart

    Melissa Stewart shares Whale Fall: Exploring an Ocean-Floor Ecosystem (Random House Studio), a fascinating nonfiction picture book filled with stunning illustrations by Robert Dunlavey detailing the end of life for a whale, also known as a whale fall, when its body sinks to the ocean floor and becomes an energy-rich food source for organisms living in the deep sea.
    Visit Melissa online at www.melissa-stewart.com
    You can pick up your own copy of Whale Fall: Exploring an Ocean-Floor Ecosystem wherever books are found. Consider supporting independent bookstores by shopping through Bookshop.org or by downloading the audiobook through Libro.fm. You can also use my affiliate link by clicking on the book’s name in our show notes.
    Our podcast logo was created by Duke Stebbins (https://stebs.design/). 
    Our music is by Podington Bear. 
    Podcast hosting by Libsyn. 
    You can support the show and buy me a coffee at www.matthewcwinner.com.
    Be well. And read on.
     

    • 18 min
    The Wild Ones by Megan Lacera and Jorge Lacera

    The Wild Ones by Megan Lacera and Jorge Lacera

    Megan Lacera and Jorge Lacera share The Wild Ones (Children’s Book Press), a heartwarming and epic tale of four best friends who turn to the mythical monsters from their respective cultures to help them save the only home they've ever known.
    Visit Megan and Jorge online at www.studiolacera.com
    You can pick up your own copy of The Wild Ones wherever books are found. Consider supporting independent bookstores by shopping through Bookshop.org or by downloading the audiobook through Libro.fm. You can also use my affiliate link by clicking on the book’s name in our show notes.
    Our podcast logo was created by Duke Stebbins (https://stebs.design/). 
    Our music is by Podington Bear. 
    Podcast hosting by Libsyn. 
    You can support the show and buy me a coffee at www.matthewcwinner.com.
    Be well. And read on.

    • 29 min
    No World Too Big edited by Lindsay H. Metcalf, Keila V. Dawson, and Jeanette Bradley

    No World Too Big edited by Lindsay H. Metcalf, Keila V. Dawson, and Jeanette Bradley

    Lindsay H. Metcalf, Keila V. Dawson, and Jeanette Bradley share No World Too Big: Young People Fighting Global Climate Change (Charlesbridge Publishing), celebrating twelve young activists and three activist groups on front lines of the climate crisis who have planted trees in Uganda, protected water in Canada, reduced school-bus climate footprint in Indonesia, invented alternate power sources in Ohio, and more.
    Visit Lindsay online at https://lindsayhmetcalf.com
    Visit Keila online at https://www.keiladawson.com
    Visit Jeanette online at http://www.jeanettebradley.com
    You can pick up your own copy of No World Too Big: Young People Fighting Global Climate Change wherever books are found. Consider supporting independent bookstores by shopping through Bookshop.org or by downloading the audiobook through Libro.fm. You can also use my affiliate link by clicking on the book’s name in our show notes.
    Our podcast logo was created by Duke Stebbins (https://stebs.design/). 
    Our music is by Podington Bear. 
    Podcast hosting by Libsyn. 
    You can support the show and buy me a coffee at www.matthewcwinner.com.
    Be well. And read on.

    • 27 min
    The Last Zookeeper by Aaron Becker

    The Last Zookeeper by Aaron Becker

    Aaron Becker shares The Last Zookeeper (Candlewick Press), a wordless picture book imaging a futuristic Noah's Ark in a luminous sci-fi parable for our changing world.
    Visit Aaron online at https://www.storybreathing.com
    You can pick up your own copy of The Last Zookeper wherever books are found. Consider supporting independent bookstores by shopping through Bookshop.org or by downloading the audiobook through Libro.fm. You can also use my affiliate link by clicking on the book’s name in our show notes.
    Our podcast logo was created by Duke Stebbins (https://stebs.design/). 
    Our music is by Podington Bear. 
    Podcast hosting by Libsyn. 
    You can support the show and buy me a coffee at www.matthewcwinner.com.
    Be well. And read on.
     

    • 27 min
    Look Up!: Fontaine the Pigeon Starts a Revolution by Britt Gondolfi and Amanda Romanick

    Look Up!: Fontaine the Pigeon Starts a Revolution by Britt Gondolfi and Amanda Romanick

    Britt Gondolfi and Amanda Romanick share Look Up!: Fontaine the Pigeon Starts a Revolution (Paw Prints Publishing), the story of Fontaine, a small pigeon who is fed up with the world's addiction to technology. 
    Visit Jarrett online at https://www.fontainethepigeon.com
    You can pick up your own copy of Look Up!: Fontaine the Pigeon Starts a Revolution wherever books are found. Consider supporting independent bookstores by shopping through Bookshop.org or by downloading the audiobook through Libro.fm. You can also use my affiliate link by clicking on the book’s name in our show notes.
    Our podcast logo was created by Duke Stebbins (https://stebs.design/). 
    Our music is by Podington Bear. 
    Podcast hosting by Libsyn. 
    You can support the show and buy me a coffee at www.matthewcwinner.com.
    Be well. And read on.

    • 29 min
    A Work In Progress by Jarrett Lerner

    A Work In Progress by Jarrett Lerner

    Jarrett Lerner shares A Work in Progress (Aladdin Paperbacks), a poignant and "perceptive" journey to self-acceptance told through prose, verse, and illustration about a young boy who struggles with body image.
    Visit Jarrett online at https://jarrettlerner.com
    You can pick up your own copy of A Work in Progress wherever books are found. Consider supporting independent bookstores by shopping through Bookshop.org or by downloading the audiobook through Libro.fm. You can also use my affiliate link by clicking on the book’s name in our show notes.
    Our podcast logo was created by Duke Stebbins (https://stebs.design/). 
    Our music is by Podington Bear. 
    Podcast hosting by Libsyn. 
    You can support the show and buy me a coffee at www.matthewcwinner.com.
    Be well. And read on.

    • 29 min

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