“I communicate through story. While I don’t always identify myself as a writer, I always identify myself as a storyteller.”
“You have to go after a story or an essay like a pit bull with a piece of raw meat, and you cannot stop. You cannot let anyone get in your way.”
This new magazine for young girls aims to make science fabulous.
Shannon Hale creates fun plots and strong characters for all ages and genders. Yet her books are often labeled as “for girls only” – and she’s fighting hard to change that.
The world of adolescence offers endless exploration.
Working on a book for young readers? Here’s what not to do.
This literary magazine for young girls aims to empower and inspire.
How can I better my chances of publishing a picture book?
Half of U.S. children under age 5 are non-white. But only 10 percent of children’s books in the last
two decades featured multicultural characters. The math doesn’t add up. And one nonprofit organization is determined
to even the playing field.
Connect to young readers with dynamic classroom visits.