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It’s Day 2 of the Soaring ‘20s High Flying Picture Book Debuts! Today a group of kidlit bookmakers is answering the question, “What did writing or illustrating your book teach you about your craft or about yourself?” Answer that question today is none other than Carrie Finison, Shelley Johannes, Anna Crowley Redding, Gregory Barrington, Qing Zhuang, and Colleen Paeff. Check the link in the show notes or visit the Children’s Book Podcast on BookShop to browse any of the books featured throughout this week’s episodes. When you shop there, your books are sourced from independent bookstores across the country. It also supports the Children’s Book Podcast. Double the good with a single click! And now, let’s turn it over to The Soaring ‘20s High Flying Picture Book Debuts.

You can access even more information about this book and its author by visiting www.matthewcwinner.com/blog.

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