This was a joint event from the American Foundation for the Blind and Amazon in celebration of AFB's centennial year featuring Georgina Kleege, Jo Elizabeth Pinto, and Zachary Shore.
In this conversation, author Jo Elizabeth Pinto discusses her award-winning novels "The Bright Side of Darkness" and "Daddy Won't Let Mommy Drive the Car."
As soon as the door closed behind the social worker, silence fell over the room, broken only by the soft crackling sounds of a log settling in the fireplace.
Joan Myles, a poet and retired children’s Hebrew teacher, conducted a colorful interview with award-winning author Jo Elizabeth Pinto on the “Jewniquely Myself” blog.
This featured post on the story reading ape blog is a personal account of Jo Elizabeth Pinto's journey as a writer, her childhood memories, and the inspiration behind her work.
In this interview on Lisa Burton Radio, the host, Lisa the robot girl, talks with her special guest, Rick Meyers, a seventeen-year-old who has recently become emancipated after losing both his parents in a car accident.
Yecheilyah Ysrayl—professional book blogger, author, and soul poet--interviewed Jo Elizabeth Pinto about her writing and her life.