In this episode, meet Matthew Gray Gubler, author of Rumple Buttercup; Emily Arnold McCully, author of Dreaming in Code; and A.S. King, author of Dig. From illuminating the life of a brilliant mathematician to using a delightfully weird monster to encourage kids to be themselves, the stories these authors bring to life will enthrall listeners. Plus, find out which author canâ€™t distinguish her own recorded voice from her sisterâ€™s.
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by Emily Arnold McCully
When I was a child, radio was our medium. My father was a writer and producer at NBC in Rockefeller Center, where all the network programs originated. I longed to be an NBC pageâ€” a glamorous job with a cool uniform. READ MORE
In this episode, meet illustrator Johanna Basford, author ofÂ Ivy and the Inky Butterfly, Stephanie Kate Strohm, author of Love Ă La Mode, and Caldecott Award-winner Emily Arnold McCully, author of Mirette on the High Wire.
These three women reveal the personal inspirations that led to the recording of their audiobooks…whether it was a collection of bedtime stories shared with a child or a love of romance and dreams of Paris. Youâ€™ll be transported and delighted…and you may want a warm croissant to munch on as you listen. Enjoy!
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