Interview with Ian Whybrow

Monday, October 9, 2006.

Ian WhybrowMark speaks with author Ian Whybrow about writing children’s books that adults will enjoy reading (over and over) and gives us some background on the creation of our favourite Little Wolf.

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Photo: Harpercollins Children’s Books

Listener Input Show #3

Friday, October 6, 2006.

On this episode, we celebrate receiving a pre-release copy of Mike Artell’s upcoming book, Three Little Cajun Pigs, followed by two listener submitted reviews:

We’re hoping you’ll tell us about one of your favourite books too…

Send your review (five-minutes or less) as an MP3 file in email to justonemorebook@gmail.com, phone it in to our listener feedback line (206-350-6487), leave a two-minute MyChingo, or send your text review in email.

Everything a Ghoul should be: Cinderella Skeleton

Wednesday, October 4, 2006.

Cinderella SkeletonAuthor: Robert D. San Souci
Illustrator: David Catrow
Published: 2004 Harcourt Trade Publishers
ISBN: 0152050698

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Illustrated with morbid hilarity and told in brilliant rhyme, this popular Hallowe’en book is a year round favourite at our house.

Interview with Mike Artell

Monday, October 2, 2006.

Mike ArtellMark speaks with author Mike Artell about managing his self-diagnosed ADD and using it as a tool for writing, the business of book publishing, reading with your child and how Petite Rouge came to be.

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