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As parents, we want to instill messages in our children’s mind that they will remember forever. Those messages are the values and keys to life they will carry with them into the real world. Did you know that children’s books can be used as a tool to raise good humans? To have conversations with our kids that matter most? Join us on this journey as we spotlight talented authors and their beautiful books. Books that act as tools to create dialogue and bond with our children. Learn how to walk ...
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How do you know a good book when you see it? What books are really worth reading? The purpose of this conversation is to help mothers and fathers identify books that will liberate their children to embrace truth, goodness, and beauty. We’ll be pondering questions of life and lifestyle as we seek to become people who live deeply and read deeply, drawing our children into the adventure of reading and living.
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⚔️ Do you long to inspire your children with stories of heroes in history and with the greatest story ever told--the word of God? 🛠️ Do you want to equip your children for life in the world, so that they’ll have wisdom and understanding as they face the challenges in whatever work God calls them to? 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Do you desire to live and learn together with your family, using good books and real-life experiences to build relationships that will last a lifetime? In this podcast, you’ll find real-l ...
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A podcast featuring Hilda Mary reading from great books and classic literature for kids. Occasionally, books with specifically Christian themes will be featured; these will be noted as such in the description.
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Reading a book to a child at bedtime is a magical time. But sometimes listening together is even better. I am willing to take requests for readings as long as the material is in the public domain. Please leave feedback to let me know how I am doing!
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We Make Children’s Books is a podcast that invites you to step into the creative minds of children’s book authors and artists. Each episode takes listeners on a journey through the imaginative process of bringing stories to life for young readers. From the initial spark of an idea to the final illustrations, this podcast explores the unique and often surprising ways that authors and artists craft their stories. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or simply a lover of children’s literature, We ...
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In our animated interview with prolific, award-winning children's author and poet Lesléa Newman, we celebrate two of her picture books which have just launched, Like Father, Like Son: A Picture Book, published in April, 2024 by Abrams, and Joyful Song: A Naming Story, published in May, 2024 by Levine-Querido. We talk about Lesléa's journey on her w…
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If you love historical fiction, Charity has found a rare gem for you! What was it like to live in a walled Medieval town? What was it like to live in the age of Gothic cathedral-building? How is family, work, worship, and community structured? What makes life meaningful and exciting? Meet Jean d'Orbais and his family whose life and work has been ti…
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Hi Fellow Dads, At some point, we will all endure the loss of a loved one. How will our families make it through and maintain confidence in God and faith in His word? Here are some truths God has been teaching me to teach my family as we have been mourning the loss of a precious loved one. Leaning on Jesus, Nathan Scriptures James 4:14 Whereas ye k…
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Robin Newman was a practicing attorney and legal editor but has more fun writing children's books about witches, mice, pigs, and peacocks. In our interview, we celebrate the launch of her new picture book, Who's Writing This Story?, illustrated by Deborah Zemke and published by Creston Books (2024), and talk about Robin's journey to literary succes…
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In this wonderful second interview with Jennifer Berne we celebrate the launch of her newest picture book, and the first in a series: A Tour of the Human Body: Amazing Numbers--Fantastic Facts (Number Tours for Curious Kids) published by Astra and just launched on May 7, 2024, illustrated by Dawn DeVries Sokol. Jennifer has written many award-winni…
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Hey Fellow Dads, How should wise, godly men relate to their mothers, mothers-in-law, and grandmothers? How do we lead our children—especially our sons—to do so? In this episode we'll think about four scriptural guidelines, along with a handful of helpful books, to help us relate to these important women as God intends us to. —Nathan Quotes “When al…
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Marie-Louise Gay is an internationally-acclaimed, multi-award winning Canadian author and illustrator of over 60 books. In our interview, we celebrate the recent launch of her newest book, Walking Trees (Groundwood Books, 2024), and discuss her youth, her studies and professional career, and several of her leading books, including the series featur…
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In this interview, we celebrate Julie Carpenter's first picture book, Harry and the Highwire: Houdini's First Amazing Act (Laura Catalán, illustrator), published by Green Been Books, May, 2024). Before deciding to write for children, Julie was a journalist, writer and editor for over 20 years.In our conversation we talk about the magic of writing, …
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Hey Fellow Dads! Why should we bother with history? Isn’t it just facts about dates and dead people? Or is there some actual, as well as practical, value to learning the stories of the past? In this episode, I share five reasons we as dads should know history ourselves, and then pass it on to our children! —Nathan Why bother reading history? Becaus…
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Intro Hey Dads, Nothing can replace your voice speaking truth and stability into your children’s hearts, and no one can replace you being present in their lives. But is there a way they can continue to hear your voice when you have to be away for a time? In this episode I discuss one way we can reach out to our children—even from afar—to influence …
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Hey Dads, Do you sometimes find yourself or your family becoming self-absorbed, forgetting the suffering of imprisoned and persecuted Christians around the world? Or do you even know how to find out about those who are suffering? Today’s episode lists books and resources to keep your family informed and gives ways to take your stand for Christ and …
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“We’re not monsters, Mom. We’re goddesses—smart, fearless, and beautiful.” That’s the voice of Ava, the superpowered protagonist of Katherine Marsh’s captivating novel for children, Medusa (Clarion Books, 2024). Our discussion focuses on Marsh’s feminist retelling of the Medusa myth—and on the wider topic of the direction of children’s literature a…
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In this heartwarming interview with Laura Bower, we celebrate the launch of her brand new, debut picture book, The Imposter, illustrated by Kerisa Greene, and published by Sandra Sutter, Gnome Road Publishing (2024). Laura talks about her life and writing career, the story behind The Imposter, and her advice for aspiring authors. Learn more about y…
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Do your kids read fantasy? What do you think of magic? Is magic good? Bad? Join Charity as she considers why fantasy is such an important category of fiction to read! Perhaps, like Aslan, fantasy is "not safe, but good." Discover great fantasy books for your child: The Great Fantasy Book List (pdf) Purchase The Great Fantasy Book List through Brigh…
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Hey Dads, What are your plans for this Resurrection Sunday? Are you helping your family rejoice in Jesus’ victory over death? In this episode, we first explore what Christ’s death and resurrection mean for us today, then list ideas for Scriptures, books, music, and more to help your family celebrate the true meaning of this Easter season. He is ris…
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Michelle Knudsen is the New York Times best-selling author of fifty books for young readers of all ages, including the award-winning picture books (and personal favorites) Library Lion and Marilyn's Monster. In this, our second interview we celebrate the launch of her new picture book, Luigi, the Spider Who Wanted to Be a Kitten (Candlewick, 2024),…
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The Devash Megillat Esther (Hadar Press, 2024) includes the full Hebrew Megillah text, an original kid-friendly English translation, and carefully selected commentaries from 2,000 years of Jewish tradition brought to life in newly accessible ways. Devash unlocks sophisticated texts for learners of all ages and backgrounds, encouraging deep question…
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Hey Dads, We believe that God created the natural world . . . but how often do we get out in it? And are we leading our children to learn about nature as a way of growing their faith in the Creator? Tune in today to learn why and how nature stories can be an important part of your family culture and education. --Nathan Why should we as Christian da…
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Sue Fliess ("fleece") is the award-winning, bestselling author of over 50 children's books including Sadie Sprocket Builds a Rocket, How to Trap a Leprechaun, Mary Had a Little Lab, Rumble and Roar, the Beatrice Bly's Rules for Spies series, the Kid Scientist series, the Magical Creatures and Crafts series, and many Little Golden Books. Her books h…
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Emily Barth Isler is the author of AfterMath, an award-winning middle grade novel, and of the forthcoming picture book Always Enough Love. In our interview, we celebrate the publication of her second middle grade novel, The Color of Sound (Carolrhoda Books, 2024), the story of Rosie, a musical prodigy with synesthesia. We talk about her transformat…
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#KamilaKról #Rusalka #SlavicMythology #GraphicNovel #AwardWinningIllustrator #ChildrensBooks #FolkloreArt #DreamlikeTales #Storycomic #IllustratorInsights #MythicalStories #ArtAndMyth #CreativeProcess #PigeonMakesArt #VisualStorytelling Step into the mystical world of children's literature in this captivating episode of We Make Children's Books. Yo…
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Hey Dads, You want to stock your family’s bookshelves with great books, but your time (and likely your budget) are limited. With so many millions of books to choose from and seemingly thousands of possible places to buy them, how do you decide where to look? Listen in for twelve of our favorite book sources. I'll also share some of the treasures we…
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Erin Kraan has illustrated over half a dozen children's books, with more on the way. In our interview we celebrate her latest illustrated picture book, Buffalo Fluffalo (Random House Studio, 2024) written by Bess Kalb. Erin talks about her life and career, and explains her unique process of carving her characters into wood and seeing how their quir…
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Suzanne Slade is the Sibert Honor author of more than 170 books for children. A mechanical engineer by degree, Suzanne writes about STEM topics, fascinating figures in history, and occasionally lyrical fiction. Her newest books include Some Days are Yellow, Shining Star: Vera Rubin Discovers Dark Matter, Behold the Octopus!, and Dazzilin' Dolly: Th…
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Hey Dads, What books might your child (especially those around the preteen years) enjoy reading alone or with the family--books that could both entertain and encourage them in their Christian faith? In this episode my favorite daughter joined me for a conversation about an inspiring story she read recently, how we have weekly Daddy Times, favorite …
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Heather L. Montgomery writes for kids who are wild about animals, masterfully employing yuck appeal to engage young minds. Her 17 nonfiction books include Something Rotten: A Fresh Look at Roadkill, What's in your Pocket? Collecting Nature's Treasures, and Bugs Don't Hug: Six Legged Parents and their Kids. Here we celebrate Heather's brand new book…
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#WeMakeChildrensBooks #AnooshaSyed #ChildrensBookIllustration #CharacterDesign #FreelanceIllustrator #ArtisticAdvice #CreativeJourney #IllustrationTips #Storycomic #KidsBooksArt #IllustratorLife #DrawingForKids #VisualStorytelling #InspiringArtists #CreativeProcess Dive into the colorful world of children's literature with host Barney Smith from St…
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Charity and her 11th grade students read Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl along with Robert Spaemann's address "Education as an Introduction to Reality" as part of Texas Holocaust remembrance week. Charity shares a speech she gave to the high school, generated from reading these texts together. Read Robert Spaemann's article "Education as …
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Lucinda Halpern is a literary agent with over 15 years’ experience in both the publicity and agency sides of publishing. Before founding Lucinda Literary, she worked in the Publicity division of HarperCollins, where she assisted on the media campaign for Freakonomics among other New York Times bestsellers. She currently represents authors writing i…
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Hey Fellow Dads, Have you ever wondered if the Old Testament is really relevant for today? Is it worth studying with and reading to our families, or should we “unhitch” ourselves from the O.T. and focus only on the New? Today we ask ten questions about the Old Testament—and find the answers mostly in the New Testament. Aloha, Nathan Outline 💡 For a…
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Laurie Wallmark is the award-winning author of picture book biographies of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) as well as fiction. In our second interview, we celebrate Laurie's new picture book, Journey to the Stars: Kalpana Chawla, Astronaut, co-written with Raakhee Mirchandani, illustrated by Maitreyi Ghosh (Illustrator) ,…
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