12/01/12 - Waiting for the Biblioburro is now available in Japanese! You can view on Amazon.co.jp.
11/30/12 - Reminder: The National Education Association (NEA) annual Read Across America Literacy Calendar featuring, for the month of December, artwork from my book Waiting for the Biblioburro
11/19/12 - Something to be thankful for: Mamiverse has a very nice review for my book Gracias / Thanks as well as one from La Bloga.
11/15/12 - Gracias/Thanks has now been released as an Audiobook on Lorito Books. This recording brings together the voice talents of Rosi Amador with music by Brian Amador and author notes narrated by Pat Mora. See Brian Amador composing and preforming original music for the audio recording of Gracias/Thanks here.
11/07/12 - Hola mi Amigos! I had a wonderful time participating in a mini interview with Juana Martinez-Neal's terrific children's book illustration and writer's blog. Juana herself is a wonderful artist and illustrator as you can see here. For more author and illustrator interviews see the her complete blog. Enjoy!
10/29/12 - Check out some awesome Latino and Latina authors and illustrators on the Wall of Fame at La Casa Azul Bookstore / Pinterest.
10/10/12 - I recently had the pleasure to create the poster for the 10th Anniversary of PaperTigers.org. My goal for the image was to capture the many important and wonderful aspects that PaperTigers stands for as well as honor and celebrate its ten-year milestone. For more info read my interview with PaperTigers here.
09/23/12 - Come out to the Brooklyn Book Festival, this Sunday at 2:30pm in downtown Brooklyn, where I will be reading and signing books of Waiting for the Biblioburro at the Target: Children’s Area and at the Las Comadres/La Casa Azul Bookstore. The Brooklyn Book Festival is the largest free literary event in New York City, presenting an array of national and international literary stars and emerging authors. One of America’s premier book festivals, this hip, smart diverse gathering attracts thousands of book lovers of all ages to enjoy authors and the festival’s lively literary marketplace.