Exploring big ideas and the way that stories can help us feel seen, understood, and valued. The Children's Book Podcast features insightful and sincere interviews with authors, illustrators, and everyone involved in taking a book from drawing board to bookshelf. Hosted by a teacher and school librarian, each episode seeks to connect kids and listeners of all ages to powerful, impactful, and lasting stories, and the people who tell them.
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Qing Zhuang shares Rainbow Shopping (Holiday House), a heartfelt tribute to Chinatown and spending days-off together in which sharing a delicious meal helps a child feel loved. more
Laura Numeroff shares If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (HarperCollins) and Raising a Hero, a story of about a puppy with a lot to learn on his adventure of becoming someone’s life-changing friend and helper. more
Introducing the winners and honors of the Sydney Taylor Book Award (2024), presented annually by the Association of Jewish Libraries to outstanding books for children and teens that authentically portray the Jewish experience. more
This podcast full of amazing conversations! As an aunt I am always looking for new books for the kiddos in my life and this show showcases wonderful book choices. Matthew is so thoughtful in both his questions and responses to his guests!
Appreciate the insightful conversations on topics that matter
This podcast, presented with in easily digestible segments, is a terrific way for kids to feel relevant and connected to those who create books for them.
This podcast is so interesting and me and my little sisters love it. They remember lots of the information about it so I know that they’re listening. I’m 15 and I am still interested. It’s great. Thx so much!!!
This podcast educates children on the LGBTQ+ community. It is anti-discrimination and encourages kids to do something about the world they will grow up and live in. It’s empowering!
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The Children's Book Podcast launched 10 years ago and published 633 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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