Photos from Fostering Lifelong Learners

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Roger Sutton welcomes participants to the Fostering Lifelong Learners conference

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The Doctors Panel: Dr. Robert Needlman, Dr. Lisa Dobberteen, Dr. Marilyn Augustyn

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The Publishers Panel: Kathryn Bhirud (Penguin), Nancy Tran (DK), Megan Quinn (Charlesbridge)

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The Critics Panel: The Horn Book’s Kitty Flynn, Lolly Robinson, Martha V. Parravano

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Kitty Flynn perusing Gideon & Otto

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Julie Roach, Cambridge Public Library Youth Services Manager, performing a read-aloud

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Cambridge children’s librarian Beth McIntyre

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Roger and company engage in small-group work

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The Educators Panel: Anne MacKay, BB&N School, and Jim St. Claire, Amigos School

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Dr. Kathy Modigliani, Family Childcare Project

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Anna Dewdney, the Llama Lady

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Author Anna Dewdney (left) and two Llama Llama fans

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Author Stuart J. Murphy and a fan

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Dr. Robert Needlman and Jackie Miller from Reach Out and Read

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Two readers in action

Pictures from the Fostering Lifelong Learners conference. Photos by Shara Hardeson. For more on the day-long event, click here.

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