It’s always a treat to talk to authors, especially the ones who write for kids. They’re passionate about children, and reading, and reading to children, and these themes inevitably emerge, pretty much without prompting, anytime I sit down to chat with one of them. Linda Urban’s no exception. A couple of weeks ago, I met up with her at my local Brooklyn bookstore, BookCourt, just on the heels of the publication of her latest middle grade novel, Milo Speck, Accidental Agent. You can read the full interview here, in UrbanFamily.