I very much enjoyed Dr. Molly Nyatanga’s interview with Rachelle Ayala. It’s great to know that even though she came to children’s books as an adult, she is still able to appreciate them, and they have provided such rich entertainment that she was encouraged to write her own. I particularly like her ethos of attempting to help the least advantaged children in developing nations through her books by instilling values and enriching their literary experiences through her books. Much success to you Dr. Nyatanga. See full interview here:
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