Michelle Jenab’s main focus these days is anti-racism, so I asked her to tell me some more. And so she did. We had a nice catch up on the phone and here’s (some of) what we talked about.
I loved this book when I was a kid. I didn’t realize it was (already) a classic in the 1970s, but it was colorful and vibrant. Peter’s neighborhood looked like mine, and the snowy day he experienced was big and clean and silent and wonderful.
Wendy Dutwin is the founder of Limelight Media, an entertainment marketing firm. Her line of work sounded intriguing. We wanted to know more.
Seek this author out – you’ll be glad you did.
Randall Munroe’s Thing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple Words seeks to explain how everyday objects operate using the thousand most common words in the English language.
Beloved by children, to be sure, Anne of Green Gables is a delight, even for adult readers.
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Craig Pomranz is a cabaret singer – performing frequently in NYC and London – and a children’s book author. His book, Made by Raffi, is currently available in eight languages and 11 countries.
We thought it might be a good idea to check back in with Juliet Sorensen, whom we interviewed earlier this year, now that her book, Public Corruption and the Law, has been published, and to see what she thinks about the current political situation in the United States. She was obliging…
Beautiful and eloquent, this is one you may not want to read if you’re feeling particularly fragile.