100 Scope Notes
Inside 100 Scope Notes

. . . And You Shall Know Me By My Twitter Bio (#10)

Sure you may know your children’s authors and illustrators, but can you name them from reading their Twitter bios?

Problem: Christian Robinson is Collaborating with Target and I Want to Buy Everything

Christian Robinson is collaborating with Target and I’m excited.

Books on Film: Marc Brown on Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow visits the Arthur creator.

More Than Sunny: A Conversation (+ Giveaway) with Shelley Johannes

I chat with author/illustrator Shelley Johannes about her first picture book, MORE THAN SUNNY.

I Talked with James Preller and Things Got Weird

I chat with author James Preller over on his blog today.

Tim Miller on the Making of TINY KITTY, BIG CITY

A Q&A with TINY KITTY, BIG CITY author/illustrator Tim Miller

Sydney Taylor Blog Tour: Sofiya Pasternack

An interview with recent Sydney Taylor Honor winner Sofiya Pasternack.

Catching Up with Philip Stead and Matthew Cordell

A conversation with Philip Stead and Matthew Cordell about their latest collaboration, FOLLOW THAT FROG!

The Best Tweets from the 2021 Youth Media Awards

All the best reactions to the 2021 Youth Media Awards.

Cover Reveal Q&A: PLAYING THE CARDS YOU’RE DEALT by Varian Johnson

A cover reveal (and Q&A) for Varian Johnson’s next book, PLAYING THE CARDS YOU’RE DEALT.

Top 10 Posts of 2020: #1

From December 21st to January 1st, I’m counting down the most popular 100 Scope Notes posts of 2020. The countdown continues today with . . . Goodnight Zoom: Parody Children’s Books for This Moment

The Watsons Go to Birmingham and MJ vs. LeBron: A Conversation with Christopher Paul Curtis

A Q&A with the Newbery Medalist.

Fox & Rabbit Q & A with Beth Ferry

An interview with Fox & Rabbit author Beth Ferry.

Books on Film: Kadir Nelson on CBS Sunday Morning

CBS Sunday Morning visits with Kadir Nelson.

A Q&A (and a Giveaway) with Lauren Castillo: OUR FRIEND HEDGEHOG

I talk with Lauren Castillo about her upcoming chapter book, OUR FRIEND HEDGEHOG (and give away a copy).