Liz and Lucy drop by Philly Live and talk about their latest GF5 book, DOGGONE CATASTROPHE, with host Aunyea Lachelle on January 24, 2020 in advance of the American Library Association’s annual convention.
The Children’s Book Council’s blog, BEYOND THE PAGE, had questions for Lucy and Liz about their new graphic novel series, The Geeky F@b Five, their writing habits, preferred Hogwarts House and much more.
You can read the entire interview here.
Podcaster Sandi Klein interviews mother-daughter writing team, Liz and Lucy Lareau about their graphic novel series: The Geeky F@b Five!
Family businesses are nothing new, but the GEEKY FAB FIVE STEM is not your ordinary mom and pop partnership. Actually, it’s a mom and daughter venture. 13 year old Lucy Lareau and her mom Liz are the co-creators of this graphic novel series based on Lucy’s elementary school experiences, where students learn to make a difference. Their goal is to inspire girls to reach their potential and work together for a better world. We guarantee our conversation with this creative duo will inspire you!
You can hear the entire interview here.
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Writer Jon Hurdle, from the New York Times, featured GF5 co-authors Lucy and Liz in this story about kids in business …
Lucy Lareau is excited about the publication of her latest book, this one on monarch butterflies. Conceiving, writing, editing and promoting it required hard work — all while she was finishing the seventh grade.
With her mother and co-author, Liz Lareau, 12-year-old Lucy has a contract with the publisher, Papercutz, to produce 10 graphic novels about girls who use their skills in science, engineering, technology and math to solve real-world problems while becoming capable young women.
You can read the entire story here.
“It’s Not Rocket Science.” is the title of 12-year-old Lucy Lareau’s FIRST book in her girl power graphic novel series, called The Geeky F@b 5. Lucy, who attends Wilson Middle School in Moline, is the co-author alongside her mother, Liz Lareau.
The mother-daughter duo appeared on Good Morning Quad Cities on Tuesday, April 30th with host Angie Sharp to talk about what inspired them to start writing and to give us a sneak peek at their second book, “Mystery of the Missing Monarchs”.