Category: K is for Kindergarten

Kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell –part 5

It’s Show and Tell time again–where your fan favorites and #kidlit authors & illustrators share their kindergarten pictures and a memory each #tbt. This week’s Kinder grew up to be #kidlit EDITOR Sarah Rockett of Sarah says, “I was a real 80s kid and my mom always let me dress myself for picture day. That… Read more »

K is for Kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell –part 4

Welcome to Show and Tell, where your fan favorites and #kidlit authors & illustrators share their kindergarten pictures and a kinder memory each #tbt. This week’s sweet Kinder grew up to be Early Childhood Education professor and picture book author JaNay Brown-Wood.   JaNay is the author of IMANI’S MOON, illustrated by Hazel Mitchell (Charlesbridge). Her… Read more »

K is for Kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell –part 3

Welcome to Show and Tell, where your fan favorites and #kidlit authors & illustrators share their kindergarten pictures and a kinder memory each #tbt. This week’s Kinder grew up to be picture book author and musician Tim McCanna.  Tim is the author of BITTY BOT, WATERSONG, and his recent release: BARNYARD BOOGIE with illustrations by… Read more »

K is for Kindergarten: #tbt Show and Tell

Ever wonder what your fan favorites and #kidlit authors & illustrators were like as kids? Welcome to Show and Tell, where we’ll share their kindergarten pictures and a memory of  kindergarten days each #tbt. Today’s Kindergarten Show and Tell is from award-winning author/illustrator Antoinette Portis, whose books include WAIT!,  BEST FRINTS IN THE UNIVERSE,  … Read more »

K is for Kindergarten –#kidlit pals Show and Tell

Ever wonder what your favorite authors and illustrators were like as kids? This new blog series will share kindergarten pictures of #kidlit pals, along with a memory of their kindergarten days. Here’s the first–and pretty adorable– Kinder photo from author/illustrator Gianna Marino: Gianna’s memory: When I was in kindergarten I was too shy to speak… Read more »