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Month: October 2017


  • Three Questions with Josh Funk

    What made you write a fractured fairy tale? I’ve always been intrigued by the ridiculousness of some fairy tale premises. Did Little Red Riding Hood really not recognize that a …

  • Swoon Reads to Launch an App for IOS and Android

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:Kelsey MarrujoSwoon Reads Publicitykelsey.marrujo@macmillan.com To Celebrate Its Fourth Anniversary, Swoon Reads Is Launching an App for iOS and Android New York, NY (October 16, 2017) – Macmillan …

  • 2017 Tomás Rivera Children’s Book Award to be honored on campus

    SAN MARCOS – F. Isabel Campoy, Theresa Howell, Rafael López and Francisco X. Stork have been named the Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children’s Book Award recipients for works published in …

  • Heading to the YALSA YA Services Symposium in November?

    The ALA-CBC Committee is sponsoring a program at this year’s YA Services Symposium in Louisville, KY. We invite all attendees to join us on Sunday, November 5 at 8:30 am …

  • Recap: The Snowy Day Forever Stamps Ceremony

    On October 4th, 2017, a beautiful ceremony was held to to honor the first day of issue for the brand new Snowy Day forever stamps, based on the classic children’s …

  • Gene Luen Yang at the South Dakota Festival of Books

    Current National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Gene Luen Yang, has had a busy two years touring the country and spreading his message of “Reading Without Walls.” Recently those travels …

  • CBC at New York Comic Con

    On Thursday, October 5th, the CBC collaborated with the New York Public Library on New York Comic Con Professional Day. The panel “Girl Power Comics: Middle-Grade Fiction for Girls (and …

  • Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes Kor Becomes BuzzFeed Video Phenom

    130 Million Views Rocket Kor’s Surviving the Angel of Death to #1 on Amazon! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Surviving the Angel of Death, the story of Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes …


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