New Projects and Pieces





--> John Green recommends Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal
He says to gift it to that "quirky and delightful friend who is just the most fascinating person you know."
--> The Uni sequel gets its first review!
Publisher's Weekly says that Uni the Unicorn and the Dream Come True is "a new kind of book."
--> Mark Bazer's Interview Show at The Hideout
An excerpt from Mark Bazer's interview with Amy about her unconventional memoir, Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal.
--> T-shirts
and cell phone cases and notebooks and mugs! Featuring characters from SpoonI Wish You MoreUni the Unicorn, and more. All proceeds go to Bernie's Book Bank.
--> This beautiful song
Sam Hawksley of the BoDeans wrote this lovely song based on I Wish You More.
--> Barnes & Noble
That's Me Loving You is one of their favorite new picture books!




--> Amy's Picture Book Life
An overview highlighting some of Amy's books.

--> Real Simple
Five folks (including Amy) on why the world is still a wonderful place.

--> The Red Thread
An experimental granting structure for artist/parents.

--> Nerdy Book Club
Shawna Coppola's helpful (and hilarious) recommendations of "Ten Texts That Will Get Teachers Writing" includes Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life.
--> WGN's The Download
Amy on the radio, talking with Justin Kaufmann about family, Chicago, writing, and potato chips.




--> Commencement, A Dress
Amy speaks to recent grads on WBEZ.

--> Amy in Oprah Magazine
Midlife musings.

--> Interview with Bob Edwards
A short animated response to the question, "Who is Amy?"

--> Pantone Project
This involves you.

--> Take a S(h)elfie
Take a moment for you and your bookshelf.

--> Life is a Marathon
Amy and friends surprise commuters with a pick-me-up at the end of the day.

--> The Uni the Unicorn Song (on iTunes)
Now the book even has its own song. Play it yourself using this sheet music.

--> Book Jacket Jacket
Yes, that's a jacket made out of book jackets.

--> 10-year Anniversary Interview
Zulkey interviews Amy's husband, daughter, and a few strangers to find out what she's been up to the past decade.