>Francesca Lia Block is speaking at the Cambridge Public Library on Saturday. I wonder if she’ll have anything to say about the latest YA drama. Liz Burns, by the way, has a good roundup of the WSJ coverage over at the Tea Cozy.
>Because of a scheduling conflict, Martha P. and I will be speaking at the Eric Carle sometime later in the year rather than this month. But I am all set for this evening’s panel discussion at 7:00 P.M. at the Cambridge P.L. with the Scooby-Doo Diversity Gang–Holly Black, Sarah Rees Brennan, Deva Fagan, Malinda Lo, […]
> . . . and did a great job. I loved that he took on our under-examined slogan “People Need Books” and flipped it to explore how books, unlike TV or digital media, need people–while a TV show will keep rattling on even when you leave the room, a book can’t do anything unless someone is […]
>Kevin Henkes and free pizza are appearing at the Cambridge Public Library Wednesday night. You have to be at least five years old to attend but I heard a rumor that a flash mob of protesting toddlers is already suiting up.
>I must say Cambridge really knows how to be nice to a person. Not only did CPL children’s coordinator Daryl Mark treat Martha and Richard and I me to a tasty Indian meal before our program, and not only was our audience (including a dearly loved friend from high school I had lost track of) […]
>Martha Parravano and I will be at the Cambridge Public Library tomorrow night to talk about how parents can help children find good books. 7:00 PM in the lecture hall at the main library near Harvard Square.
>Not the fun kind . . . maybe the other fun kind? Wednesday evening Martha and I will be speaking and signing A Family of Readers at Porter Square Books in Cambridge. 7:00 PM. Do come! And on Friday, to my complete terror, I will be speaking at an event sponsored by the Beatrix Potter […]