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Learn about children’s books from the people who make them with in-depth interviews with children’s book authors and illustrators for people who believe that art and literature can have a profoundly positive impact on a kid’s life. Picturebooking is here to serve those who want to understand what it takes to create these stories. And engaging with Picturebooking will help you get inspired, feel connected and take action toward making a difference through picture books.
 
Friends of Franz is a space for anyone who loves to learn about all things healthcare and medicine. Hosted by Christian Franz, a registered nurse from New York City now advancing his career towards Medicine, this e-learning initiative began as an Instagram livestream series highlighting clinical experts from different specialties. From relaying their academic journeys, to conveying their realizations, and to tackling field-specific questions where misinformation commonly linger, the hope was ...
 
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Have you ever felt like you were stuck in someplace that you did not want to be in? Have you ever thought that you needed to escape a situation that you were deep into but afraid of the unknown next steps? Have you ever envisioned a different life than what you are living now? Have you ever felt unhappy with the choices in life that you have made t…
 
The world of emergency medicine is commonly known for its 2 AM chest pain visits, motor vehicle accidents and trauma admissions, and foreign objects that require removal from different orifices. However, there is actually so much more specialization within this specialty in itself! Through additional training from 1 to 2 years of fellowship, one ca…
 
Guest host Nadia Salomon chats with debut author Chelsea Lin Wallace about the picture book, A Home Named Walter, illustrated by Ginnie Hsu. Walter has to heal his broken heart when the family he loves moves away. This inspiring talk will give you a new perspective on your creative life. Wallace explains why creatives can't and shouldn't try to cli…
 
The past two years have seemed to bring about two "viral" contagions: the pandemic and social media. As the lockdowns allowed people to remain at home and bring cascades of popularity to phone applications like TikTok, workers within the medical field also seemed to join the tides. We have watched it all...new lingos created every day, people in sc…
 
Victims of physical accidents are definitely subject to excruciating pain and injury. A variance of craniofacial deformities, differing degrees of burns, and both shallow and deep abrasions are usually what comes to mind in events of trauma. Indeed, the human body does a great job of self-healing and regeneration of the harmed skin and tissue to an…
 
Guest host Nadia Salomon chats with award-winning author Julie Hedlund about the picture book, Over, Bear! Under, Where?, illustrated by Michael Slack. Over, Bear! Under, Where? is filled with humor, friendship, and punny wordplay. Hedlund is the founder of the 12 x 12 Picture Book Writing Challenge and brings her insight into the craft of writing …
 
In the mid-1960s, a shortage of physicians across the United States posed a great predicament to patient safety rooting from the decrease in primary healthcare access. In response to this detrimental period in medicine, pediatrician Dr. Henry Silver created the first formal graduate nursing program that would be the role now known as the nurse prac…
 
Guest host Nadia Salomon chats with author Anne Wynter about her debut picture book, Everybody in the Red Brick Building, illustrated by Oge Mora. Salomon and Wynter compare their experiences of being debut picture book authors. And in the spirit of today's featured book, Nick Patton edited this show in the middle of the night, holding his month-ol…
 
The "Western" world of medicine is said to be infamously known for its churning of prescriptions of pharmacologic modalities to target almost all of the conditions and pathologies that exist. When something is painful, just prop an ibuprofen. When you're having green phlegmatic coughs, you'll probably take an antibiotic. When something goes haywire…
 
Have you ever watched videos of cute babies online and then you start getting "baby fever"? And I believe that one of the monumental moments in our elementary education years is when we start learning about the actual process of this baby fever: "sexy time." As our guest described: "romantic" and "between sheets." However, there are instances when …
 
Guest host Nadia Salomon chats with New York Times bestselling creator Rafael López about his collaboration with Jacqueline Woodson. Woodson and López remind us how strong we can be in this breathtaking picture book, The Year We Learned to Fly. López also talks about the importance of illustrating emotions over a more literal interpretation. This e…
 
On December 12, 2019, a group of patients in Wuhan, the capital city of the province of Hubei in China, began experiencing shortness of breath and fever. Little did the world know that these clandestine occurrences of "pneumonia of unknown etiology" in that 3,280 mi² area would affect the whole globe up to this day almost three years later. Having …
 
In our current world of flashy social media and aesthetic ideals, fleeting physical alterations in pictures and videos exist in the presence of Photoshop, filters, and airbrush. However, there exists a whole dominion in the sciences that seeks to help others achieve these physical ideals. Cosmetic and plastic surgery have successfully allowed peopl…
 
If "the man who did it all" truly existed, it would be in the form of this episode's guest. Emergency medicine physician, Juris doctor and consultant in health law, serial student, professional pilot, 11x author, keynote speaker, and multidisciplinary entrepreneur (founding and operating several multi-million-dollar businesses): Dr. John Shufeldt f…
 
One of the most renowned statements of all time may just be to "follow your dreams." It truly is fantastical for one to do what they love for the rest of their lives. Sadly, this is untrue for many as they become shackled in careers that guarantee financial stability but at the expense of an emotional toll. We then land on another infamous discussi…
 
At the height of the pandemic, anesthesiologists have stood on the front lines with the heightened need for intubations in response to deterioration in patients' oxygenation. What was once thought of as solely the behind-the-scene brain during surgeries to keep patients safely asleep in the operating room, they truly have shown the pertinence of th…
 
Upcoming early Summertime is known to be medical school application season. Known to many, the journey to becoming a board-certified physician in the United States is the most rigorous educational and training process in the nation: 4 years of undergraduate college studies to fulfill pre-medicine science and math classes (along with the accumulatio…
 
COVID-19 has truly divided the nation into all aspects of society: physically, emotionally, politically, religiously...you name it! This was exacerbated by the roll-out of the mRNA vaccines by Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna during the end of 2020. The virus that was weakening the whole country seemed to become a bipartisan issue muddled by a myriad of…
 
Do you believe in serendipity? That things in life just happen...whether for a concrete reason and if not, just in random but feel so mystically intentional? This seems to be the case for our episode guest whom I have admired for the longest time ever since I stumbled upon him in a YouTube video way back in nursing school. "The Monsoon Diaries" tra…
 
The medical field of dermatology remains to be one of the most competitive specialties to match into for residency. Despite the common misconception that this field of the skin is solely all about the "glitz and glamour" world of botox, fillers, and cosmetic procedures, Dr. Daniel Sugai seeks to show that is it not at all true. Receiving his medica…
 
The "Vampire Facial" has truly taken the world by storm with the concept of a literally bloody revival of one's skin so much that even Kim Kardashian got it. By drawing one's blood and extracting the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to be re-injected into its source, the hope is to force the body to re-heal its own scars and wounds. Interestingly, this a…
 
A FaceTime call just with others watching and listening. Back on February 24, 2021, I began "Friends of Franz" (thank you to my friend Christina for the name) as an Instagram live stream series with the hopes of both tackling misinformation spreading around the internet about COVID-19 and the vaccines as well as to encourage health students and pro…
 
After this episode originally aired A BIG MOONCAKE FOR LITTLE STAR was named a Caldecott Honor book. Rebroadcast from Sept. 12, 2018: Grace Lin, a NY Times bestselling author/illustrator, won the Newbery Honor for “Where the Mountain Meets the Moon” and the Theodor Geisel Honor for “Ling and Ting.” This episode's featured book, “A BIG MOONCAKE FOR …
 
Author David Bowles shares his life on the U.S.-Mexico border, and he translated that experience into his picture book debut, MY TWO BORDER TOWNS. This story, illustrated by Erika Meza, follows a boy and his father visiting the family, friends and community found on the other side. Books featured on the show this spring: https://bookshop.org/lists/…
 
Author Anitra Rowe Schulte shares her journey into picture books and how she found the right story for her character. Today's featured book, DANCING WITH DADDY, is about the excitement of a first father-daughter dance told from the point of view of a character with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome. Books featured on the show this spring: https://bookshop.o…
 
Today's show includes an interview with children's book author Bianca Schulze and a picturebooking message by illustrator Ashley Belote. In the interview, Bianca shares her journey into the world of picture books and her debut picture book, DON'T WAKE THE DRAGON. This interactive bedtime story features a sound-asleep dragon who hopefully will not w…
 
Author-illustrator Sean Rubin shares his thoughts about trauma and resilience. Today’s featured book, THIS VERY TREE, is a profoundly moving story told from the point of view of the Callery pear tree that survived the attacks on September 11. Books featured on the show this summer: https://bookshop.org/lists/summer-2021-picturebooking-list Become a…
 
Author Arielle Hobbs shares her mission to see a society that embraces us, all of us, as we are. Today’s featured book, SULLY THE RACCOON, is based on Hobbs’ son Sullivan (Sully). Told from the perspective of Sully’s big brother, this book shares the family’s humorous tale of embracing Sully’s intellectual disability after he began wearing a raccoo…
 
Author Dave Eggers shares his passion for helping kids reach their full potential. Today's featured book, FARAWAY THINGS, is about a boy and his sword and how giving away something precious leads to an even more important discovery. Books featured on the show this spring: https://bookshop.org/lists/spring-2021-picturebooking-list Become an email su…
 
Children's book author Shelli R. Johannes shares her creative wisdom and talks about her Loves Science series and the new picture book THEO THESAURUS. Today's featured book is about Theo, the dinosaur who loves big words! Books featured on the show this spring: https://bookshop.org/lists/spring-2021-picturebooking-list Become an email subscriber to…
 
Two-time Caldecott Honoree Marla Frazee talks about how making picture books help her through life's challenges. Today's featured book is her conclusion to the farmer trilogy, THE FARMER AND THE CIRCUS. Books featured on the show this spring: https://bookshop.org/lists/spring-2021-picturebooking-list Become an email subscriber: https://picturebooki…
 
Today's featured guest is children's book author and illustrator Paddy Donelly. We also have a picturebooking message from author Elsa Anderson about her new book; THE LITTLE MANDARIN REACHES THE STARS. In the interview with Paddy, we discuss stories that combine and blur fiction and non-fiction. Today's featured book, THE VANISHING LAKE, is about …
 
Caldecott Medal-winning children's book author-illustrator Jon Klassen shares deadpan humor in his latest book, THE ROCK FROM THE SKY. Today's show also features THE DOG'S GARDENER and THE HAPPINESS OF A DOG WITH A BALL IN ITS MOUTH. Picturebooking Episode Page: https://picturebooking.com/jon-klassen-the-rock-from-the-sky Books featured on the show…
 
Children's book author-illustrator Annelouise Mahoney shares her journey and debut picture book, JULIUS AND MACY: A VERY BRAVE NIGHT. Today's featured book is an enchanting woodland tale about bravery and friendship. Books featured on the show this winter: https://picturebooking.com/winter21 Become an email subscriber to enter the monthly book give…
 
Today’s guest is children’s book author Leda Schubert. In the interview, Leda discusses writing, awe of picture books, and family. Today’s featured book, NATHAN’S SONG, is a positive portrayal of the Jewish immigrant experience in the early 1900s, based on Leda’s grandfather. Books featured on the show this winter: https://bookshop.org/lists/winter…
 
Today's guest children's book author Kathleen Krull passed away on January 15 following a brief illness. We recorded this talk on January 13. Here is her publisher's weekly obituary: https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-authors/article/85350-obituary-kathleen-krull.html Today's show also includes a picturebooking message…
 
Today's show includes an interview with children's book illustrator Kaylani Juanita and picturebooking messages by authors Ruth Spiro and Ruth Forman. In the interview, Kaylani discusses racism and children's literature. Today's featured book, A HOUSE FOR EVERY BIRD, is about a young artist whose drawings rebel against her when she tries to put her…
 
Today's guests include an interview with children's book author Kate Hoefler and a picturebooking message by author Katherine Picarde. In the interview, Kate helps us find common ground by examining the phrase "nothing in common." Today's featured book, with that same phrase, NOTHING IN COMMON, is a thoughtful, compassionate story that has the powe…
 
Children's book illustrator Cátia Chien shows us that something beautiful can come from creative struggle. Today's featured book, THE BEAR AND THE MOON is a picture book that follows what happens when the gift of a balloon floats into a bear's life. Books featured on the show this winter: https://bookshop.org/lists/winter-2021-picturebooking-list B…
 
Children's book author-illustrator Alex Willan discusses the power of humor in storytelling, and his picture book UNICORNS ARE THE WORST. Alex Willan is an author-illustrator who has exhibited in art galleries and has painted murals, theater sets, and squirmy kids' faces, but his true love has always been children's books. UNICORNS ARE THE WORST is…
 
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