The October edition of The Edge of the Forest is up!
We have many exciting features for you, as well as interviews, reviews, and much, much more. In short, here's what's in store this month:
- An interview with Charles Butler, by Michele Fry
- Pam Coughlan continues her series on funny books for kids with Bring on the Funny II.
This month she recommends hilarious books for children ages 8-12.
- Allie gets personal with What the BSC Means to Me.
- Adrienne Furness profiles writer/illustrator Judith Byron Schachner, author of the
Skippyjon Jones series.
- Kim Winters contributes two interviews this month, speaking to library associate,
Barbara Crispin (Crofton Branch of the Anne Arundel County Public Library, Crofton,
Maryland) for What's in their Backpacks and children's writer, Patricia Malone,
for A Day in the Life
- Reviews in all categories—from Picture book to Young Adult.
- Kid Picks is back! I talk with a wonderful girl scout troup from Austin, Texas, and share with you their recent favorites.
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