Posts Tagged: IBBY

  • A Picture Book from Iran

    Allow this Persian cat to draw you to the work of Iranian children’s book author, Farhad Hassanzadeh and illustrator Ghazaleh Bigdelou. Iran, like the U.S., is fighting for its people suffering in the corona virus pandemic. In our global fight, I’m acknowledging and celebrating the art of picture books from book creators around the world….


  • A Picture Book from Italy

    In respect for out connected world, in hard times and in beauty, I want to honor books for children in other countries of the world where children are also studying and reading at home like U.S. kids. It’s also International Children’s Book Day on April 2. But I’ll continue the whole month. We’ll take a…


  • IBBY Congress in Mexico City Honors Stories Around the World

    How proud the people of IBBY Mexico  were to bring  creators of children’s literature and educators from all over the world to Mexico City.   They showed us palaces beyond beauty,  feted us with tequila and tiny hordeuves with hibiscus at galas,  seduced us with the art of Mexican illustrators.  The word seduction was the word…