Kidlit These Days is your kidlit connoisseurs pairing the best of children’s literature with what’s going on in the world today.
Nicole and Nusrah discuss empowering board books in honor of Women's History Month!
Nicole and guest Jenn Northington discuss the results of the 2021 Rainbow List, fantasy chapter books, and hear from BB Alston, author of Amari and the Night Brothers.
Nicole and Matthew discuss the results of the 2021 Youth Media Awards and celebrate some of their favorite books honored by the awards.
Nicole and Matthew talk about current awareness of the Holocaust and are joined by Susan Kusel, synagogue librarian and author of The Passover Guest.
Nicole and Matthew talk about their most anticipated books of 2021 and are joined by Mango and Marigold Press founder Sailaja Joshi.
Nicole and Matthew talk about the collective pandemic experience with special guest LeUyen Pham, author and illustrator of Outside, Inside.
Nicole and Matthew discuss talking with kids about challenging topics with special guest Jelani Memory, co-founder and CEO of A Kids Book About.
Nicole and Matthew share a selection of the books they've recommended most this year.
Nicole and Matthew talk about the election, political leadership, and using your voice to bring about democratic change.
Nicole and Matthew talk about ancestral strength, and interview special guest Tami Charles, author of All Because You Matter, illustrated by Bryan Collier.
Nicole and Matthew talk about self-publishing demands and opportunities, and welcome special guest Suhani Parikh, author of Shreya's Very Own Style.
Nicole and Matthew talk about cloud-based schooling, self-organized learning environments, and school reimagined in fantasy fiction.
Nicole and Matthew talk about #ownvoices representation in comics, pocket culture, and welcome special guest Paul Meyer.
Nicole and Matthew celebrate the 30th anniversary of the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Joining is special guest Keah Brown.
Nicole and Matthew discuss how the coronavirus is affecting decisions to reopen schools and what school will look like in the fall.