Interviews with Marilyn

Five Questions for Marilyn Singer in the Horn Book

Marilyn Singer had already demonstrated considerable versatility of poetic talents when in 2010 she debuted a new verse form in Mirror Mirror: A Book of Reversible Verse (6–10 years, Dutton). This year she is back with a companion, Follow Follow: A Book of Reverso Poems (6–10 years, Dial; both books illustrated by Josée Masse), in which another cast of folkloric characters get the “reverso” treatment.

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Spicy Reads: An Interview with Marilyn Singer

At the Anderson Bookstore Children’s Literature breakfast extravaganza, I was able to steal Marilyn Singer away to speak with me about poetry and students and teachers and caterpillars (among others). Marilyn has published over 100 books for students of all ages. She is delightful. If this video captures even a fragment of her charm, viewers will run out and buy multiple copies of all her books!

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Celebrating Poetry: Marilyn Singer, Parts 1 and 2

Marilyn, congratulations are in order. You have five poetry books, as well as a prose picture book, coming out this year…We’ll focus on poetry and talk about two of the poetry books today:  The Boy Who Cried Alien and A Stick Is an Excellent Thing and cover the other three in the second part of this interview.

Click here to read Part 1 of the interview with Kate Hosford in CYNSATIONS.

Today, we will discuss Every Day’s a Dog’s Day, The Superheroes Employment Agency, and A Strange Place to Call Home.

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