Announcing Fuse #8 TV!

 

Fuse #8 TV was a monthly webcast hosted by A Fuse #8 Production’s Elizabeth Bird featuring interviews with notable authors of literature for children and young adults. Recorded live online, it was made possible by Scholastic, Penguin Random House, Little Brown, Macmillan, HarperCollins, and School Library Journal.

Episode 8: Steve Sheinkin

 

June 16, 2015: 

Betsy's "Reading (Too Much Into) Picture Books" series takes on family relations so complicated in Kathi Appelt's BUBBA AND BEAU MEET THE RELATIVES it puts Dallas to shame. Then she sits down with author Steve Sheinkin to discuss his most ambitious title to date, MOST DANGEROUS: DANIEL ELLSBERG AND THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR.

Episode 7: Aaron Starmer

 

April 9, 2015: 

Betsy reads (too much into) ARE YOU MY MOTHER?, and talks with Aaron Starmer. This episode was sponsored by Macmillan Children’s School & Library.

Episode 6: Henry Clark 

 

March 11, 2015: 

Betsy reads (too much into) GO, DOG, GO! and talks with Henry Clark. This episode was sponsored by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Episode 5: Chris Grabenstein 



February 16, 2015: 

Betsy debuts “Reading (too much into) Picture Books,” and talks with Chris Grabenstein. This episode was sponsored by Random House Children’s Books.

Episode 4: Victoria Jamieson 



January 13, 2015: 

Betsy takes a virtual trip to the International Youth Library, and talks with Victoria Jamieson. This episode was sponsored by Penguin Young Readers Group.

Episode 3: Jennifer Niven 



December 11, 2014: 

Betsy visits the Grolier Exhibit “One Hundred Books Famous in Children’s Literature,” and talks with Jennifer Niven. This episode was sponsored by Random House Children’s Books.

Episode 2: Lisa Graff  



October 29, 2014: 

Betsy visits the Eric Carle Museum, and talks with Lisa Graff. This episode was sponsored by Penguin Young Readers Group.

Episode 1: Coe Booth & Kekla Magoon  



October 20, 2014: 

Betsy talks with Coe Booth and Kekla Magoon. This episode was sponsored by Scholastic.