Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Kate DiCamillo on 'The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane'

Beth from Orange Splot reviewed Kate DiCamillo's forthcoming title, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, and also posted the link to a recent Publisher's Weekly interview with the talented author. Interesting aside: Edward came to life through her pen before [The Tale of] Despereaux (my favorite of all her books). DiCamillo also talks about the stylishly dressed rabbit she received as a gift that was the inspiration for Edward Tulane.

Oh, and don't forget about Edward Tulane's website, where you can read the first chapter of the book and watch the video clip from another DiCamillo interview.

The book will be released on Valentine's Day this year. Happy hearts!

2 comments:

Roz said...

Yay, I am so excited that she's coming out with another book! Thanks for sharing.

Dagne said...

Despereaux is the only novel I've ever read aloud to my seven-year old that also captured the attention of my two-year old. Normally it works the other way around - my older son will "slip back into" a younger book that I'm reading to his little brother. Despereaux was such a gorgeous read - can't wait for this next one.