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Art at 7-Imp today from Irene Dickson, Emily Gravett, and Kazue Takahashi: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=4049.
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It's that time of year: On Saturday, May 21, Knox County Public Library in beautiful Knoxville will host the 2016 Children's Festival of Reading at World's Fair Park, one of the country's best book festivals. This year's line-up includes: David Soman, Ursula Vernon, Floyd Cooper, Joseph Bruchac, Matthew Cordell, Jessica E. Young, and more. If you live in middle TN, I can promise you it's worth the drive to spend the day at this celebration of children's literature. And come say hi, because I'll be moderating the picture book panel. More info here: http://www.knoxlib.org/calendar-programs/childrens-festival-reading-2016/meet-artists-childrens-festival-reading-2016
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Author-illustrator Brianne Farley visits 7-Imp today for a breakfast interview, which I very much enjoyed. She is pictured here, happy to see a window display of her new book, and also pictured is a piece of art from it, as she was trying to work out her color palette. Don't miss the Dumpling Dropper 2000. It's all here: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=4045.
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A bit of art from David Litchfield's picture book debut, originally released in the U.K. last year: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=4044.
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Some art from Bethan Woollvin at 7-Imp today: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=4042.
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Artist (and muralist!) Rafael López inspired the book I'm featuring at 7-Imp today, and he also illustrated it. It's F. Isabel Campoy’s and Theresa Howell’s Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood: blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=4040. 
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Over at Kirkus today, I've got some new children's lit novels on the mind (several illustrated), including Kate DiCamillo's RAYMIE NIGHTINGALE and Peter Brown's THE WILD ROBOT.
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Lane Smith shares at 7-Imp some early studies and sketches, as well as some final art, from THERE IS A TRIBE OF KIDS: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=4047.
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I weighed in over at Slate Magazine on children's books that celebrate mothers: http://picks.slate.com/collections/best-childrens-books-celebrate-mothers. 
Few experiences of parenthood can match the tenderness of reading a book with your child. And the best children’s books—with their lyricism, minimalism, and beautiful pictures—can hold equal wonder for adults. So what better time than Mother’s Day to share a great book with your child? And why not pick one that also, you know, celebrates how great moms are? We queried top children’s book experts, authors, and librarians about their recommendatio...
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This morning over at Kirkus, I write about three new engaging picture books for the preschool set, including a Japanese import (Kuma-Kuma Chan is back!): https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/preschool-pearls/.
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"The renewed interest in work I did so long ago is both wonderful and disconcerting; it brings back a different person, a young artist juggling a career and motherhood, as passionately immersed in visual expression as I later became in sound production." I talk at Kirkus today with Helen Borten, who left children’s literature in the early 1970s to launch an award-winning career in broadcast journalism (she won a Peabody Award in 1991 for her NPR documentary 'The Case Against Women: Sexism in the Courts') and whose picture books from the '60s will be reprinted next month. Next week at 7-Imp, I'll have art from two of her picture books (published in '59 and '60).
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At 7-Imp today, a peek inside Kaori Takahashi’s KNOCK! KNOCK!, an offbeat little import ...
(Click to enlarge). I've got a tiny peek today inside Kaori Takahashi's Knock! Knock!, published by Tara Books this month and with text from Gita Wolf. Tiny, as in just two little illustrations, but if you want more information, you can head over to my BookPage review of the book.
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  • Maryville College
    Sign Language Interpreting, 1990 - 1994
  • University of Tennessee
    Information Sciences/Children's lit & librarianship, 2000 - 2002
  • Page High School
    1986 - 1990
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