A podcast for parents and teachers to help keep you updated with the latest children’s books and recommended reads. Tune in for reviews, interviews and other special content. #Education #Kidlit #LibraryGirlAndBookBoy #FunnyBookChat
‘Do Not Disturb the Dragons!’ by Michelle Robinson, illustrated by Sharon Davey.
Today I get to interview the author and the illustrator of brilliant new chapter book, ‘Do Not Disturb the Dragons!’ - which is out NOW! Find out how Michelle plans her stories, why she dressed up as a sausage and how Sharon gets started on illustrating a story.
A conversation with Neal Zetter - poet, author and performer.
Find out how Neal has adapted to delivering poetry workshops during lockdown, why he shares his poems on YouTube & Twitter, and listen to him perform his brilliant poems. There are also pupil book reviews from Kempshott Junior School.
An interview with author & illustrator Amanda Addison about ‘Boundless Sky.’
I talk with author Amanda Addison about her beautiful picture book about the dual migration of a young girl and a bird. Find out where Amanda’s inspirations came from and how she found the process of creating a picture book. I also have reviews from the lovely pupils of Kempshott Junior School.
An interview with author B.B. Taylor about writing ‘The Vigilante Tooth Fairy.’
This episode forms part of the blog tour for #TheVigilanteToothFairy, so make sure you look for other posts and interviews too. Find out how being seriously ill in hospital led to the the first seeds of ‘The Vigilante Tooth Fairy,’ why it’s important to believe in magic, and the power of school visits.
The Library Girl and Book Boy podcast
Keep up-to-date with the latest in children’s fiction with interviews from its authors and illustrators. Perfect for busy teachers, parents or creators of children’s books.
Laura James - ‘Fabio the World’s Greatest Flamingo Detective’ & writing first chapter books.
I talk to children’s author Laura James about creating her vibrant first picture book series, ‘Fabio The World’s Greatest Flamingo Detective,’ and the ever so lovable ‘Captain Pug.’