Interview with Heather Jopling

Monday, December 4, 2006.

Heather JoplingMark speaks with Heather Jopling, author of Ryan’s Mom is Tall and founder of Nickname Press, about the challenges of bypassing the traditional publishing industry to introduce ideas of inclusion to the next generation.

Participate in the conversation by leaving a comment on this interview, or send an email to justonemorebook@gmail.com.

Books mentioned: The Not-So-Only Child

Photo: http://nicknamepress.com

Listener Submitted Reviews #9: Number 99!

Wednesday, February 14, 2007.

In this episode, two listener submitted reviews:

We hope you’ll tell us about one of your favourite books too!

Send your review (five-minutes or less) as an MP3 file in email to justonemorebook@gmail.com, phone it in to our listener feedback line (206-350-6487) or send your text review in email

Thank You for Joining the Conversation

Thursday, February 1, 2007.

Raise-a-ReaderOn January 1st, Inspired by gifter.org, we announced that we would donate CDN$1 of personal funds to the Raise-a-Reader Foundation for each non-nasty/non-spam comment left on a Just One More Book! post during the month of January 2007.

As a result, we are donating CDN$60 to Raise-a-Reader!

Thank you very much to everyone who participated: Jamila Gavin, Vivian of CLIP Podcast, Mitali Perkins, Chris, Donald Seeley, Emily, Charles Cadenhead, Franki, Jules, Dan J, Daniel and Jill, Amy Wachspress, Praba, Dan Bar-el, Whitney Hoffman, Heather Jopling, Peter A. Mello, AndyCast Andy, Heidi Estrin and Nico .

Filed under: News and Notes

Pint-Sized People-Watching: The Not-So-Only Child

Wednesday, January 24, 2007.

The Not-So-Only ChildAuthor: Heather Jopling
Illustrator: Lauren Page Russell
Published: 2006 Nickname Press
ISBN: 0978073940

Nickname Press

This scrapbook-formatted celebration of traditional and non-traditional extended family provides tantalizing glimpses at the interwoven lives of forty-six people, fourteen pets and a teddy bear.

It’s a healthy helping of people-watching that caters to our fascination with figuring out other people’s stories.

Other books mentioned: Monicka’s Papa is Tall

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