A place for Quattrones, Betteridges, and Praticos to share our family stories, history, and heritage.
Writing and Illustrating Children's Picture Books
Poems for kids of all ages and dreamers everywhere
Children's books, kid's apps...
Figure, Flora & Fauna Children's Illustrator, Painter & Writer
Literary musings from the champion of the odd little book
Illustrated books for children
A blog about the making of Ethel and Ernest the animated feature film.
The website where movies count
Illustrations from the creative childlike mind of an artist
A Splash of the unusual through textiles, photography and illustration.
Never Underestimate the Power of a Picture Book
Writer, Poet, Daydreamer
Occasional creativity in a bloke-shaped package
writing illustrating reading children's books
Picture book reviews, reviews of books with pictures, and pictures of books!
The Wild Writers are a writing critique group who has been together for over 25 years.
Picture Book Author
The symposium where children's book illustrators answer ten questions about their work.
Children's Illustrations of Kathryn Ault Noble
potentially interesting interactions with fellow book people
Seattle born, Brooklyn based composer, trumpeter, and producer. Contact at email@example.com
Paula Beardell Krieg's Book Arts
Get it Write this Summer!
Let's Talk Books
From writer & illustrator Yifat Fishman
It keeps you updated on all things interesting!
New Voices in Fiction, Nonfiction, Plays & Poetry
...as we write, draw, and blog.
A culture-shock adventure!
Mother Streusel's useless rhymes are full of nonsense and should be avoided if your doctor has prescribed a regimen of seriousness. Proceed with caution.
Tales from the Kimmel-Timpson adventures
Author Debbie LaCroix's Blog
Notes on Seeing, Reading & Writing, Living & Loving in The North
Around the world one movie at a time
Teresa Robeson's 365-Day project
Pursue your passion and believe in happily ever after
Supporting the international nanny industry
Illustration + Writing
Il mondo si può guardare a altezza d’uomo, ma anche dall’alto di una nuvola (con gli aeroplani è facile). Nella realtà si può entrare dalla porta principale o infilarvisi – è più divertente – da un finestrino. [G. Rodari, Grammatica della fantasia]
author ~ illustrator ~ teacher