Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, Happy women's history month! I'm super excited to have Beth Anderson as our guest to talk about her amazing new picture book: Revolutionary Prudence Wright: Leading the Minute Women in the Fight for Independence, illustrated by Susan Reagan! About the book, from Calkins Creek: Here is the first-ever picture book about … Continue reading Interview and GIVEAWAY with Beth Anderson about her new picture book: Revolutionary Prudence Wright: Leading the Minute Women in the Fight for Independence, illustrated by Susan Reagan
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, I’m ecstatic to have one of my favorite authors back on the blog today, Laura Gehl! Today we’re talking about another absolutely brilliant book of hers, WHO IS A SCIENTIST? Info about WHO IS A SCIENTIST Scientists work hard in the lab and in the field to make important discoveries. … Continue reading Author Interview and GIVEAWAY with Laura Gehl about her picture book WHO IS A SCIENTIST?
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, I'm so delighted to share an amazing book today that features a little known but very important and inspiring kid from history. Please welcome back wonderful author Beth Anderson who's here to chat about her newest book, just out this month, TAD LINCOLN'S RESTLESS WRIGGLE, illustrated by S. D. Shindler. … Continue reading Author Interview and GIVEAWAY with Beth Anderson about her newest book TAD LINCOLN’S RESTLESS WRIGGLE, illustrated by S. D. Shindler
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Fall Writing Frenzy friends, I’m so excited that fall is almost here and that our third annual Fall Writing Frenzy has been announced on Lydia Lukidis’s (my lovely co-host’s) blog! Can’t wait to read all your wonderful work! Before we begin, let's please take a moment to reflect on … Continue reading Author Interview and DOUBLE Giveaway with Rebecca E. Hirsh about her newest STEM Picture Book: Night Creatures: Animals That Swoop, Crawl, and Creep While You Sleep, illustrated by Sonia Possentini
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, Today is extra special because we get to chat about a true shining star of Women's History Month: Vera Rubin! And we get to talk about this wonderful woman with another talented star: writer Sandra Nickel, whose first picture book, Nacho's Nachos was named, among other accolades, as a Best … Continue reading Interview and DOUBLE GIVEAWAY with author Sandra Nickel about her newest picture book The Stuff Between the Stars: How Vera Rubin Discovered Most of the Universe, illustrated by Aimée Sicuro
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, Today we have the pleasure of chatting with a wonderful nonfiction writer, Emma Bland Smith whose most recent picture book, The Pig War: How a Porcine Tragedy Taught England and America to Share, illustrated by Alison Jay, just came out last fall! Kaitlyn: Hi Emma, thanks so much for saying … Continue reading Author Interview and GIVEAWAY with Emma Bland Smith about her Picture Book The Pig War: How a Porcine Tragedy Taught England and America to Share, illustrated by Alison Jay
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers! Today we have a super special interview because not only is it Inventors Day, it's Vivian Kirkfield's birthday, too! And we get to chat with her about her book, illustrated by Gilbert Ford, that's all about inventions: FROM HERE TO THERE: INVENTIONS THAT CHANGED THE WAY THE WORLD MOVES. It's … Continue reading Inventors Day and Birthday Celebration featuring a GIVEAWAY with Vivian Kirkfield
Hi Math is Everywhere readers, Today we have one of the most wonderful writers I know, June Smalls! She's here today to talk about her next book, a beautiful tribute to elephants through lyrical nonfiction, She Leads: The Elephant Matriarch. Kaitlyn: Thanks so much for joining us today. June: I’m happy to be here. Thank … Continue reading Author Interview and GIVEAWAY with June Smalls about her newest picture book: She Leads
What are possible different approaches you can use to pull a child into the story?... You often have to experiment a bit (like a scientist does!) to figure out the correct approach.
Bloom Boom! captures that feeling of springtime.
Hi Math is Everywhere readers, I am having a blast with Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge. If you want in, check it out here. BUT FIRST, if you haven't entered to win a SIGNED copy of Jodi Moore's adorable board book, check it out now! If you missed my first post, I read Teresa Robeson‘s debut … Continue reading February Nonfiction Picture Book Feature for NF Picture Book Challenge 2020: Whoosh! Lonnie Johnson’s Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, I'm so excited for Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge! But first, if you haven't entered the GIVEAWAY with Amy B. Mucha, hop over there first and get in on it! She's giving away a picture book critique and a copy of her book! I have to admit I'm one of those … Continue reading Nonfiction Picture Book Feature for NF Picture Book Challenge 2020