Bethany Rohde begins a new series of tiny reads, with a refreshing encouragement to breathe—from Burrow & Meadow, an imagined postcard line.
The contraction of the world we interact with during the pandemic has led Bethany Rohde back to her porch, with her journal, to experience the enchantment of sightings in the back yard.
Bethany Rohde shares 8 ways that writers can encourage one another—from dealing with ideas that feel question-marky to fending off the censor bullies—served up with warm wit and warm cookies.
What’s your favorite book? Bethany Rohde considers our favorites, and the sometimes difficult choice for readers with no single standout.
Bethany Rohde and her daughter Dot find creativity and community in the Children’s Storybook Garden in Arlington, Washington.
Bethany Rohde and her children take their reading nook into the outdoors for a new light on their reading time together.
Bethany Rohde starts a literacy conversation with her children that doesn’t go quite as planned. And maybe that’s a good thing.
As a preteen, a reading challenge at school brought Bethany Rohde into a new world of reading unfamiliar titles and finding new worlds.