Posts Tagged: book love
Unputdownable. (Or, Confessions of a Cupcake-a-holic)
I have fallen – and fallen hard – for a new middle grade. Every. Single. Line is perfect, witty, and chosen with care. It’s no surprise, as the author is my hero. (The illustrations are spot-on, too.)
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Librarians, avert your eyes.
If you’re doing Christmas on a shoe-string budget (like me) and are or know book lovers (like me), you must check out Living with Lindsay‘s fabulous tutorial on making your own book wreath. (That’s her wreath above.)
It’s… Read More
Today in History
Author of Frog and Toad, Owl At Home, and many other classics, Arnold Lobel, was born.
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I’m Not Jealous
Really, who’d want a room like this with PICTURE BOOK ART on the walls?
Who needs an insanely colorful collection of recycled, found objections and spunky, one of a kind pillows? Me.
A painted red gate for a headboard? Me.
In which I bake. . . a lot.
Something about being snowed in makes me want donuts or cinnamon rolls. Maybe since that’s what my mom and the neighbor kids’ mom always served up on sledding days. Who knows. I’ve baked entirely too much these last three days. … Read More
A Study on Voice
Paris Bookstore, Plus an Author Interview
Click here for a fabulous interview with Johanna Wright, Illustrator and Author of children’s books, in which she talks about her writing and painting process. Her most recent work is The Secret Circus (Roaring Brook Press, March 31, 2009).… Read More