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CaldeComics 2022

Two voices are always better than one, so we’re excited to co-author this year’s CaldeComics post (à la Elisa Gall and Jonathan Hunt). We first became CaldeBuddies while we were at Simmons University together, each of us maxing out our library cards at the Boston Public Library’s Faneuil Branch in order...

Review of Wildflowers

Wildflowers by Liniers; illus. by the author Primary    TOON    40 pp.    g 4/21    978-1-943145-53-9    $12.95 Liniers (The Big Wet Balloon, rev. 9/13; Good Night, Planet, rev. 1/18) presents a charming celebration of nature, siblinghood, and imaginative play. As three sisters play together on a mysterious island (their backyard), they encounter...

Good Night, Planet

Good Afternoon, (Picture Book) Planet! I have to say that one of the best moments of this Calling Caldecott season was realizing that Argentine artist Liniers is currently a Vermont resident, making his comic book story Good Night, Planet eligible for Caldecott consideration. (Helps a bit with the disappointment of not being able...

Review of Written and Drawn by Henrietta

Written and Drawn by Henriettaby Liniers; illus. by the authorPrimary   TOON   62 pp.9/15   978-1-935179-90-0   $12.95Spanish ed. 978-1-935179-91-7   $12.95Henrietta’s mom gives her a box of brand-new colored pencils, and she’s off, creating a nail-bitingly thrilling story (“The Monster with Three Heads and Two Hats”) about a girl named Emily and the...

Liniers on What There Is Before There Is Anything There

In the November/December 2014 issue of The Horn Book Magazine, editor Martha Parravano asked Argentinian cartoonist Liniers about the inspiration for his "deeply unsettling" but "bravely existential" new picture book, What There Is Before There Is Anything There: A Scary Story. Read the full review here.Martha V. Parravano: What made...

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