Why Are Picture Books Important?
32 authors and illustrators return to the show to answer the question. Why picture books are important?
Juniper Bates, Amy June Bates, Josh Funk, Catia Chien, Alice Kuipers, Rowboat Watkins, Elise Parsley, Jon Burgerman, Ruth Spiro, Dan Santat, Aaron Zenz, Patrick Wensink, David Ezra Stein, Laura Gehl, Sherri Duskey Rinker, Jake Parker, Anne Marie Pace, Matthew Winner, Mike Sundy, Jonathan Sundy, Mel Schuit, Claire Lordon, Will Terry, L.J.R. Kelly, Gilbert Ford, Julia Donaldson, Aaron Reynolds, Steven Weinberg, Christopher Weyant, Bruce Handy & Katherine Roy.
Hey Picture Book People,
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Until next time,
visual storyteller and podcast host
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