- 2015 Nov 19
Klassen on Creative Process
Jon Klassen talks to a Hong Kong audience about writing for kids.
Riordan Applauds Change to Cover
Rick Riordan is pleased that his Russian publisher is no longer whitewashing the Kane Chronicles series.
Alexander's Master Plan
Kwame Alexander hopes to reach kids who have become reluctant readers.
- 2015 Nov 18
Letter from Suzanne Collins
The author writes a thank tou to the 'Hunger Games' film team.
- 2015 Nov 17
A look at famous teenage authors.
An article about the wave of books coming out from YouTube authors.
Suzanne Collins Thank You
A letter from Suzanne Collins thanking Hunger Games filmmakers.
- 2015 Nov 10
Sharing a Favorite Children's Book
Marissa Meyer on reading to her children.
- 2015 Nov 03
A New Stine Golden Age?
A look at R.L. Stine's renewed popularity.
Rowling Will Write More Children's Books
J.K. Rowling has confirmed that she is writing a children's book under her own name.
- 2015 Oct 27
On Writing for Teenagers
YA authors discuss writing for a teenage audience.
- 2015 Oct 20
Funny-Scary R.L. Stine
R.L. Stine divulges that he had always intended to write funny stories, not scary ones.
Crushing on Picture Book Authors
An article about dreamy picture book authors.
Befriending R.L. Stine
An article who loved Goosebumps as a child recounts how he is now friends with R.L. Stine.
In Memory of Vera B. Williams
An article written in memory of Vera B. Williams as well as a piece by her.
- 2015 Oct 16
John Green Book Banning
N.J. school district bans John Green's 'Looking for Alaska' following parental complaint.
- 2015 Oct 15
Patrick Ness on Fantastical Fiction
Patrick Ness discusses 'The Rest of Us Just Live Here.'
Remembering 'Life Story'
A look back at Virginia Lee Burton's final book, 'Life Story.'
In Praise of Sandra Boynton
A writer discusses the hidden complexity of Sandra Boynton's board books.
Applegate Discusses Writing Middle-Grade
An interview with Katherine Applegate.
Controversy Rises Over Rosoff Comment
Meg Rosoff's response to librarian's comment sparks controversy.
Riordan Talks Norse Mythology
Rick Riordan discusses the Norse mythology in 'Magnus Chase.'
- 2015 Oct 08
Quvenzhané Wallis to Write Four Books
The 12-year-old 'Annie' star and Oscar nominee has signed a book deal with Simon & Schuster that'll have her publish four books in just over a year.
- 2015 Oct 06
Phllip Pullman On Drawing
Pullman discusses how drawing has changed his life.
A Chat With Gene Luen Yang
An article on graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang.
YA Authors Race
Maggie Stiefvater and John Green are racing cars to raise money for Driver's Edge.
- 2015 Oct 02
Can children's books help build a better world?
- 2015 Sep 25
Some Kids’ Books Are Worth the Wait
‘They Do Take Time,’ Says author-illustrator Kevin Henkes.
- 2015 Sep 22
New Zealand Book Banning
The Author of New Zealand’s First Banned Book in 22 Years Speaks Out.
J.K. Rowling Releases New Backstory on the Potter Family Along With The Redesigned Pottermore.
Stephen Savage Goes to Camp
Stephen Savage writes about visiting Scotch Hill Farm on a Sendak scholarship.
J.K. Rowling New Reveals
J.K. Rowling has released new information about the Potter family.
- 2015 Sep 17
For the Love of Seuss
A writer praises Dr. Seuss.
- 2015 Aug 25
Kadir Nelson's Cover
Kadir Nelson discusses his cover art for the August 24 issue of The New Yorker.
- 2015 Aug 24
An Interview with John Green
John Green discusses teenagers and writing.
A Home Town Interview with Sarah Dessen
Sarah Dessen discusses writing and her life in Chapel Hill.
Revisiting Madeleine L'Engle
A writer reflects on Madeleine L'Engle's works.
A Conversation with R.L. Stine
An interview with R.L. Stine.
Judy Blume Takes the Stage in L.A.
Judy Blume discusses writing and life in L.A.
Pullman Defends the Arts in Schools
Philip Pullman speaks out about the importance of the arts in schools.
- 2015 Aug 20
Author Defends the Humanities
Philip Pullman attacks ‘barbarian’ downgrading of U.K. arts education.
- 2015 Aug 12
Clinton's Book Tour
Chelsea Clinton will embark on a 20-city tour for her first book, 'It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going.'
- 2015 Aug 11
Celebrating Joan Aiken
The author's life and works in pictures.
- 2015 Aug 06
Bell on 'El Deafo'
Cece Bell uses pictures to show how she came to create 'El Deafo.'
Judy Blume Saves Brooklyn Marriage
When a husband accidentally throws out his wife's copy of Judy Blume book, she sends them a signed replacement.
'Gossie & Friends' heads to TV
The Gossie & Friends series will be adapted for television.
Stars Wish Rowling a Happy Birthday
Harry Potter stars wish J.K. Rowling a happy 50th birthday.
J.K. Rowling = Twitter Queen
J.K. Rowling's greatest Twitter hits.
Rowling's Work Since Last Potter
A look at what J.K. Rowling has been up to since the Harry Potter books.
J.K. Rowling's 50th
J.K. Rowling's legacy continues to grow as she turns 50.
New Trilogy for Black
Holly Black signs a deal for a new YA trilogy.
- 2015 Jul 30
Big Red Historical Site
The childhood home of Clifford the Big Red Dog creator Norman Bridwell becomes a historic site.
- 2015 Jul 28
The Poet and the President
Jimmy Carter and Jacqueline Woodson on Race, Religion, and Rights.
Interview with John Green
The YA author tries "to take teenagers seriously and credit them with the intelligence and curiosity I’ve seen in them.”
'Wimpy Kid' Author Turned Bookseller
Jeff Kinney on his newly opened bookstore:
“I’m shocked at how well it’s doing. The parking lot is always full.”
- 2015 Jul 27
A look at Jeff Kinney's dream bookstore.
The Age of YA
Does the author's age matter when writing YA?
- 2015 Jul 23
John Green to Produce Next Adaptation
The YA Author Seals First-Look Deal With Fox 2000.
Literary Landmark for Sale
Old Thatch, where Enid Blyton set the first books in her Mystery series, is on sale for £1.85 million.
Green Gets Producing Deal
John Green is given a first-look producing deal with Fox 2000 Pictures.
Blyton's Home for Sale
Enid Blyton's home is for sale.
- 2015 Jul 16
What's hot in YA right now?
Authors of teen novels including Cassandra Clare and Derek Landy speak out.
- 2015 Jul 07
Catching Up with Kiera Cass
Kiera Cass's success story.
Talking With Eoin Colfer
An interview with Eoin Colfer.
- 2015 Jun 30
YA Author Engages Diversity
Daniel José Older creates female black heroes to make fantasy more real.
Daniel José Older's Big Year
Daniel José Older on writing real characters from diverse backgrounds.
- 2015 Jun 25
Ask John Green Anything
The author explains why he hasn't published a book since The Fault in Our Stars.
New Harry Potter Story
J.K. Rowling reveals why the Dursleys dislike Harry Potter so much.
Green on Writing, Publishing, and Life
John Green talks about why he hasn't published another book since 'The Fault in Our Stars.'
- 2015 Jun 23
Gayle Forman's New Book
The author of 'If I Stay' will write her first novel for adults.
- 2015 Jun 11
A look at the teacher who inspired Terry Pratchett to write.
Pratchett's Daughter: No to Discworld
Terry Pratchett's daughter, Rihanna, will not write any Discworld novels.
- 2015 Jun 09
An Author's Advice
Jacqueline Woodson tells Nashville students, “Do what you love.”
Authors and Illustrators Share Their Summer Reading Lists.
Novelist Turned Screenwriter
Jesse Andrews Learns on the Fly to Write 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.'
- 2015 Jun 04
Blume on Sex Ed
Judy Blume discusses talking about sex with her kids.
- 2015 Jun 02
Judy Blume on Childhood, Regrets
Judy Blume reminisces about her own childhood.
Authors Talk About Judy Blume
Authors discuss what Judy Blume means to them.
- 2015 May 21
John Green on Adaptations
The author wants people to stop attacking him over 'Looking for Alaska' casting.
On the Potter Platform
J.K. Rowling: Why I chose King's Cross for Platform 9 3/4.
Gaiman on Kidlit
“I never forget how much I loved children's books as a kid and how much they changed me,” the author said.
Lemony Snicket and others take part in the #TwitterFiction Festival.
Rowling on King's Cross Station
J.K. Rowling on why she chose King's Cross Station for the concealed train platform in Harry Potter.
Green Wants Money Raised to Fight Cancer
John Green is encouraging British fans to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust.
- 2015 May 19
Curious George’s Great Escape
How Hans and Margret Rey fled Paris on bicycle with five manuscripts.
Ireland's CBI Book of the Year Award
Goes to Oliver Jeffers for 'Once Upon an Alphabet.'
Jodi Picoult on Writing YA
Jodi Picoult discusses writing and collaborating with her daughter.
An Interview with Lennon and Maisy
Lennon and Maisy Stella talk about "In the Waves."
- 2015 May 12
‘Get your head out of that book!’
The children’s stories that inspired leading writers.
Moaning Myrtle's full name sparks controversy after being revealed by J.K. Rowling on Twitter.
Rowling Responds to Twitter Comments
J.K. Rowling speaks out against online abuse.
Potter Name Reveal Causes Stir
J.K. Rowling reveals that Moaning Myrtle's full name is Myrtle Elizabeth Warren.
- 2015 May 07
Tributes to Terry Pratchett.
Tamaki on Her Next Novel
Mariko Tamaki talks about 'This One Summer' and her upcoming novel "Saving Montgomery Sole.'
Graphic Novelists Talk Favorites
Twenty-five graphic novelists discuss their favorite children's books.
Lauren Oliver on Loss, Writing, and More
An interview with Lauren Oliver on Vanishing Girls.
Taking the Challenge
Thirteen children's book authors are taking part in Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge.
Blake's Art to Decorate Hospital Room
Quentin Blake's artwork will decorate the walls of a hospital room for families of dying children.
- 2015 May 05
John Green's YouTube Broadcast Speech
"I Don't Care How Many People Watch Something I Make. I Care How Many People Love What I Make," says YA author Green.
J.K. Rowling on Scottish Independence
J.K. Rowling tells Twitter user to "get facts straight" over Scottish independence remarks.