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INTERVIEWS:

THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOKS FACEBOOK LIVE DRAW
ALL THE WONDERS podcast interview with Matthew Winner (THE BOOK OF MISTAKES)
READ BRIGHTLY: Meet The Illustrator

In depth interviews about the BOOK MAKING PROCESS:

Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast:  The Making of ADRIAN SIMCOX DOES NOT HAVE A HORSE
Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast: The Making of THE BOOK OF MISTAKES
Design of the Picture Book: The Making of THE BOOK OF MISTAKES
Let's Talk Picture Books: THE BOOK OF MISTAKES
Carissa Mina Blog



MORE INTERVIEWS:

LOST IN STORYLAND: Interview with Corinna Luyken and Marcy Campbell about ADRIAN SIMCOX DOES NOT HAVE A HORSE
MILE HIGH READING Blog
KIDLIT 411 Blog
SHARP READS Blog 5-4-3-2-1 Interview
Karlin Gray Blog


REVIEWS of MY HEART:


*Kirkus Starred Review
Publishers Weekly Review

REVIEWS of THE BOOK OF MISTAKES:

KIRKUS STARRED REVIEW
BOOKLIST STARRED REVIEW
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY STARRED REVIEW   
BOOK PAGE REVIEW
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Picture Books Blogger
Junior Library Guild Fall 2017 Pick


REVIEWS of ADRIAN SIMCOX DOES NOT HAVE A HORSE (written by Marcy Campbell):


BookPage Review
Kirkus Review

HERE WE READ:  ADRIAN SIMCOX

FAB BOOK REVIEWS: ADRIAN SIMCOX




OTHER BOOK NEWS:

Publishers Weekly Rights Report: Week of November 12, 2018

Rotem Moscovich at Disney-Hyperion has bought Marcy Campbell's (l.) Something Good, a picture book in which a young narrator describes the aftermath of “something” (readers are never told what) being written on the girls' bathroom wall, first feeling her community may never recover, but ultimately seeing it come together to heal and embrace a new kind of school pride. Corinna Luyken will illustrate; publication is slated for summer 2021. Steven Malk at Writers House represented both the author and the illustrator in the deal for world rights.

Publishers Weekly Rights Report: Week of May 21, 2018

Kate O'Sullivan at HMH has acquired world rights to Kate Hoefler's (l.) Nothing in Common, a picture book about an old man, a hot-air-balloon-flying dog, and two kids who appear to have nothing in common, but perhaps do where it counts most. Corinna Luyken will illustrate; publication is planned for fall 2020. Steven Malk at Writers House represented both the author and the illustrator in the deal.