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A Whale of the Wild

Dear Dreamwalkers, remember last year’s amazing chat with Rosanne Parry? We talked about embodying character and showcased her new releases, Last of the Name, and A Wolf Called Wander. Well, over this past year, A Wolf Called Wander became a NYT bestseller. Bravo! Today, Rosanne’s swinging by to dreamwalk with us again as her newest… Read more

The Starkeeper

Dreamwalkers, today we look to a fallen star and seek light in the darkness with the help of author/illustrator Faith Pray Faith’s a friend and fellow Dreamwalker. She’s stopping by to share the story behind her beautiful new picture book, The Starkeeper. This heart-changing story of hope is deeply healing. Please share it with your… Read more

Dead Max Comix, Book 1: The Deadening

Welcome to the first Creative Conversation for 2020! Find a comfy seat, lean in close, and eavesdrop in on our conversation. Today I’m talking with author/illustrator and comix creator, the indomitable Dana Sullivan Yay! Feel free to shake your tambourines Dreamwalkers! Some lucky Dreamwalker will win a signed copy of Dana’s Dead Max Comix, Book… Read more


Welcome to Library Lions Roar. Author, Bibi Belford, is stopping by to share her books and her Library Love with us. Take it away Bibi! Hey there, I’m Bibi Belford, author of Canned and Crushed, released in March 2015 and Crossing the Line (working title), coming out next year, both published by Sky Pony Press…. Read more

Tim J. Myers Roars!

Library Lions Roars in spring with author Tim J. Myers Tim Myers is a writer, songwriter, storyteller, and university senior lecturer in English. See his amazing Bio. Tim’s here to share his children’s books and his enthusiasm for libraries with us. Take it away Tim! I’m Tim J. Myers, and I write for all ages…. Read more


Welcome to Library Lions interviews Raising a Roar for libraries and the outstanding librarians serving youth in schools and public libraries across the U.S. Please Roar today’s guest, Arika Dickens! Hi! I’m Arika Dickens – or Ms. Arika, as my students call me. For the last 11 years, I’ve been an elementary teacher-librarian at Medina… Read more