With COVID-19 forcing us to self-isolate, how do cats and other pets handle the extra attention from having their owners at home all day every day? At our home, we play games with our cat: Mission to Mars, Catch Me If You Can, Nibbling the Knuckles, and more. Does she enjoy them as much as…
Kids ask award-winning children’s author Scott Sussman questions about his books, stories, ideas, reading and writing, and anything about everything. To ask Scott a question go to www.scottsussmanbooks.com, contact Scott at email@example.com, or post your question in the comments below.
Is magic real? Can people really pull rabbits out of hats and make people disappear? What about a magician making him or herself disappear? Is any of this possible? Find out at episode 121 of KIDS ASK SCOTT.
What was the first art concept for Mark and the Molecule Maker? Making this video required some serious crash course lessons in fundamental technology. But to Scott a pen and a piece of paper is advanced technology. What challenges did he face? Find out at episode 119 of KIDS ASK SCOTT
What’s it like being an author? It’s like a hand shaking your heart or free tickets to Disneyland. Being an author’s like a cat purring loud enough to hear from across the room. But being an author, writing books, is irrelevant. Why? Find out at episode 117 of KIDS ASK SCOTT.
Would Scott rather not be able to write books or not talk to anybody? A tricky question? Not really. In the end, the choice is between love and like. Here the whole answer at episode 108 of KIDS ASK SCOTT.
How many languages does Scott speak? English, Italian, and . . . ? Scott answers his seven-year-old niece’s question at episode 105 of KIDS ASK SCOTT. Click here to find out.
Why is Scott bald? Well, you see, big-brained individuals have no room for hair on their head. Science has proven that large brains force the hairs in a person’s head out of their follicles. But being bald is not a question of why. It’s more a question of . . . why not? Why are you…
Does Scott ever get frustrated and feel like giving up? Yes, it happens, but the frustration lasts less than a second because what else is he going to do? Join the circus? Get shot out of a canon? Hear the rest of his answer at episode 93 of KIDS ASK SCOTT.
8-year-old Jake wants to know if Scott ever get frustrated while writing. Does he? Scott discusses his cat, writing himself into corners, and playing basketball. How does this all fit into getting frustrated, find out at episode 81 of KIDS ASK SCOTT.
Who is Scott’s favorite cartoon character? Here’s a hint: In his own mind he was an astronaut, a writer, a hockey player, Olympic figure skater, world famous grocery checkout clerk, even an attorney. Still stumped? Find out the answer at episode 74 of KIDS ASK SCOTT.