July 2024

Illustration of mouse, lion and balloons from Joaquin Camp's portfolio

Illustrator Spotlight on Joaquín Camp

This article is by publishing intern Mary Louise Whitfield When we think about books, it is usually written text that comes to mind. Reading is about words, right? However, in children’s picture book literature, visual storytelling plays an equal role in conveying a book’s message. In celebration of the visual language of children’s books, we […]

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Perfect Pair: Un-Bee-Lievable Bug Books

Summertime brings with it many wonderful things. In most places you get longer days, warmer weather, and no matter if you like them or not…more bugs! Outside our doors there is an entire society of fantastic critters going about their day in a miniature world that could easily go unnoticed to the untrained eye. This

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Stories, Legends, and Myths from Inuit Publisher Inhabit Media

The Inuit people live in our world’s northernmost permanently inhabited locale. Inuit Nunavut, the Inuit homeland, is also Canada’s largest territory, encompassing 36 percent of Canada’s landmass and 50 percent of Canada’s coastline.  It is in this rich, Arctic expanse that the Inuit people—numbering over 160,000 across Canada, Russia, Alaska, and Greenland—live, love, and work

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