Kid Reporter Author Interview Videos
- Grades: 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Do you need help picking out what book to read next? Let the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps be your guide! Get the scoop on the latest books from some of your favorite authors in this collection of author interviews. You'll also find links to reviews of these authors' books at the end of the interview. And check out the Scholastic Kids Press Corps Blog for more book ideas!
Scholastic Kid Reporter Chloe Anello spent a Sunday afternoon with the two at the New York offices of the Guinness Book of World Records learning how the Editor-in-Chief of the Guinness Book of World Records puts the book together.
Kid Reporter Gopa Praturi recently sat down with author Ann Martin at Scholastic's Headquarters in New York City to talk about her latest project, The Baby-sitter's Club: The Summer Before.
Kid Reporter Caitlin Wardlow recently visited Walter Wick, the creative genius behind the I Spy and Can You See What I See book series. She got an up-close look at the sets he uses for his pictures, including the set for a new book coming out April 1, Can You See What I See? Treasure Ship.
When R.L. Stine came to Scholastic recently to help kick off the Scholastic Summer Challenge, Kid Reporter Danielle Azzolina talked to him about his fears, his favorites, and his next big project.
Kid Reporter Miranda Rector interviews author Margaret Hyde about her Mo Smells series and the latest book, Mo Smells Christmas.
Kid Reporter Albert Ordonez talks with author Edwidge Danticat about her first picture book, Eight Days: A Story of Haiti. The book tells the story of how a young boy trapped in the rubble of the 2010 earthquake managed to survive by using his imagination.
Kid Reporter Maxwell Smith interviews the authors of Zora and Me, a mystery that imagines the life of famed author Zora Neale Hurston as a fourth grader.