Books Your Kids Will Actually Like, Chosen by the People Who Know
As a Boy, I Was Obsessed With the Baby-Sitters Club Books. I Have No Regrets.
I Censor the Books I Read to My Child. I’m Not Ashamed!
The Unexpected, Trashy Joy of Reading Kids’ Books Written by Celebrities
Miss Peregrine’s Author Ransom Riggs, Interviewed by an Extremely Well-Prepared 11-Year-Old Fan
My Son Is Almost 3 and Doesn’t Talk. Reading to Him Has Helped Me Understand Him.
How Lynda Barry Met Marlys
The Great Rooms of Children’s Literature
How Hard Is It To Make Your Own Children’s Book? Reader, We Tried.
We’ve Stopped Translating Children’s Books Into English. Where Will We Get the Next Tintin?
The Wonderful, Terrible Power of Food in Roald Dahl
Wait, in This Children’s Book, the Robbers Steal the Little Kid and What Happens?!
Gertrude Stein Wrote a Children’s Book, and It’s As Weirdly Mesmerizing As You’d Think
How Did Children’s Literature Evolve From Prim Morality Tales to the Likes of Captain Underpants?
A Nancy Drew Ghostwriter on the Art of Being “Carolyn Keene” and the Evolution of Nancy Drew
Watership Down and the Power of Not-Quite-Appropriate Children’s Books
We’re Giving the Wrong Dr. Seuss Book as a Graduation Gift
How American Girl’s Puberty Books Shaped a Whole Generation of Tweens
The (Not Very Fast) Adventures of Snail and Worm
Anne Carroll Moore, the Librarian Who Changed Children’s Literature Forever