The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge (Candlewick, 2018) is perhaps one of the most revolutionary novels introduced in recent years. The story is an illustrated allegory as well as a political [...]
Mark Oshiro is making a name for himself. Already a well-known writer and media analyst for the Mark Does Stuff online community, he now has set himself apart from the crowd with his debut YA [...]
Temple Grandin, Ph.D., may be one of the most successful and visible professionals who is also on the autism spectrum. She is a college instructor, a highly sought after speaker, a well-respected [...]
All around them, shots fired at aircraft that burst into flames. Bao Phi’s family held their breath as they waited for their plane to rescue them from war-torn Vietnam. Against all odds, [...]
Very rarely is there a book published that is completely original and groundbreaking. But Chef Roy Choi and the Street Food Remix (Readers to Eaters, 2017) completely breaks the mold when it [...]
From a young age, Don Tate loved drawing. But reading? No. That was of no interest to him—unless the books and magazines had to do with art or drawing.
Known as Snot-Nose and various other nicknames during her childhood, friends and relatives may not have believed Gennifer Choldenko would one day be a prolific writer with a Newbery Honor Book. [...]