Redakteur: Anette Leister, Kerstin Caywood
and thats basically realistic with a hint of magic.
Isn’t the movie great? Well the other very succesesfull ones are “Despereaux”, thats more of a fairytale aspect and “Edward Tulane”, which I don’t know, if you know.
people like the best. I just that I keep on writing these stories and
that somebody will like them.
This is very clever of you to phrase it this way, because typically
what kids say is what is your favorite book and thats easy to answer
because you cant say because they are like kids but one that, probably
that has the most of me and my parents.
Your stories are different from the characters and the genre. Is there
something you would say is typical for your stories or something that is
your specialty as a writer, that every book contains?
Talking about the movies of your books. Are you writing on the
screenplay, and do you have a sayso in who will be the actor?
Do you also get feedback or reviews from germany or france or wherever
your books are translated aspecially your country?
Yes. The majority is from the kids in the states. Probably like 30 to
40 letters a week and sometimes from further away. Neuseeland, Germany,
France, Korea. “Edward Tulane” is very popular in Korea.
Oh yes and that is a wonderful thing that has happend to me as a writer
that so many adult readers – there are bookclubs here that do two or
three books in their club. I feel very fortunate that I have an adult
Kate: These are great questions…… Now i will ask you something. Each of you both shoud tell me a book that I should read. You know this is a place where americans are not so good, we dont get that foreign authors, so one I should know.
Momentan lese ich eine sehr schöne Liebesgeschichte von Sarah Morgan.