The Edge is Up

Sunday, April 6, 2008.

Just One More Book! is a regular contributor to the online Children’s Literature Monthly Journal, The Edge of the Forest. This information-packed online resource includes book reviews (from picture books to young adult), interviews, the latest news from the online children’s/YA literature community and much more.

Our monthly audio segment is called Sounds from the Forest.

This month we contribute extra footage from Mark’s conversation with author and literacy advocate, Sharron McElmeel.

You can check out the entire March/April 2008 issue of The Edge of the Forest, March/April 2008 here.

Interview with Mary Ann Hoberman and Deborah Freedman

Monday, September 17, 2007.

Mary Ann Hoberman (photo courtesy of Little Brown and Company)Sometimes, a passion for children’s books — especially creating them — extends through generations of the same family. Take for example Mary Ann Hoberman, an accomplished author of over forty children’s books and many more poems, and her niece Deborah Freedman, an architect who’s first children’s book, Scribble, was published earlier this year.

On this edition of Just One More Book!, Mark speaks with Mary Ann Hoberman and Deborah Freedman about creativity, memory, children’s books and how these two creative women have influenced each other in their work.

Books mentioned:

PEN essay mentioned: Mary Ann Hoberman, “And Yet…”

Participate in the conversation by leaving a comment on this interview, or send an email to justonemorebook@gmail.com.

Images:

  • http://www.hachettebookgroupusa.com/
  • http://www.deborahfreedman.net/

Conversation with Daniel Pinkwater

Monday, March 12, 2007.

Daniel Pinkwater -- courtesy of http://www.pinkwater.com/cgi-bin/picture_frame.plJust One More Book! is a regular contributor to the online Children’s Literature Monthly Journal, The Edge of the Forest. This information-packed online resource includes book reviews, interviews, the latest news from the online children’s/YA literature community and much more.

Our monthly audio segment is called Sounds from the Forest.

This month, Mark speaks with author Daniel Pinkwater about promoting children’s books on NPR, spending six months in his “jammies” to write The Neddiad, using the web to build an audience for the book, and why he writes children’s books.

Books mentioned:

Participate in the conversation by leaving a comment on this interview, or send an email to justonemorebook@gmail.com.

Interview with Margaret Shannon

Saturday, February 10, 2007.

The Red WolfJust One More Book! is a regular contributor to the online Children’s Literature Monthly Journal, The Edge of the Forest. This information-packed online resource includes book reviews, interviews, the latest news from the online children’s/YA literature community and much more.

Our monthly audio segment is called Sounds from the Forest.

This month, Mark speaks with author and illustrator Margaret Shannon about literary soup, the power of caring and the evolution of her darkly magical fairy tale, The Red Wolf.

Participate in the conversation by leaving a comment on this interview or by sending us an email at justonemorebook@gmail.com.

Interview with Rhody Cohon and Stacia Deutsch

Monday, January 15, 2007.

Blast to the Past #4: King's CourageJust One More Book! is a regular contributor to the online Children’s Literature Monthly Journal, The Edge of the Forest. This information-packed online resource includes book reviews, interviews, the latest news from the online children’s/YA literature community and much more.

Our monthly audio segment is called Sounds from the Forest.

This month, Mark speaks with Rhody Cohon and Stacia Deutsch, co-creators of the Blast to the Past historic chapter book series, about writing time travelling children’s books as an antidote to boredom.

Participate in the conversation by leaving a comment on this interview, or send an email to justonemorebook@gmail.com.

Sounds from the Forest 2: The First Annual Cybils

Monday, December 18, 2006.

The 2006 CybilsJust One More Book! is a regular contributor to the online Children’s Literature Monthly Journal, The Edge of the Forest.This information-packed online resource includes book reviews (from picture books to young adult), interviews, the latest news from the online children’s/YA literature community and much more.

Our monthly audio segment is called Sounds from the Forest.

This month, Mark talks to Kelly Herold and Anne Boles Levy, co-founders of The Cybils, about the genesis of “The Coolest Children’s Book Awards”.

Sounds from the Forest 1: Greg Fishbone Class of 2k7

Monday, November 27, 2006.

Class or 2k7Today at 2pm, Just One More Book! becomes a regular contributor to the online Children’s Literature Monthly Journal, The Edge of the Forest.

This information-packed online resource includes book reviews (from picture books to young adult), interviews, the latest news from the online children’s/YA literature community and much more.

Our monthly audio segment is called Sounds from the Forest. This month, Mark talks to Greg Fishbone, the founder of Class of 2k7, a collective of Children’s/YA authors with debut novels due for release in 2007.

 
 

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