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Jun
25
1:30 pm13:30

Book Signing at ALA

  • ALA Annual 2017

I'll be signing copies of Shadow House at ALA.

Come say hi at the Scholastic booth (#2911-3011) on Sunday afternoon! Would love to see you all... 

Jun
25
9:15 am09:15

WNDB Presents: Spooky Tales for Middle-Grade Readers

  • ALA Annual 2017

I'll be at the American Library Association Convention in Chicago this weekend! Come see me and some other amazing spooky authors.

Here's the description of my panel:

Some of the best stories have a scary element, traces of the other-wordly, or even ghosts and mermaids! For this PopTop Stage event, We Need Diverse Books brings together middle grade authors to share the vastness of spooky stories in the world where young readers can also see themselves as the hero(ine). From folk tales to contemporary horror stories the authors discuss how to bring dark stories to a young audience to uplift them--and make them check under their bed at night.Some of the best stories have a scary element, traces of the other-wordly, or even ghosts and mermaids! For this PopTop Stage event We Need Diverse Books brings together middle grade authors Ellen Oh, National Book Award winner Will Alexander, Dan Poblocki, and Ronald L. Smith. In their books young readers experience the vastness of spooky stories in the world where they can also see themselves as the hero(ine). From folk tales to contemporary horror stories the authors discuss their books, their fears, and how to bring dark stories to a young audience to uplift them--and make them check under their bed at night.

Authors: Ellen Oh, Will Alexander, Dan Poblocki, Ronald L. Smith

Oct
17
1:00 pm13:00

Fantastic Middle Grade Reads at Books of Wonder

  • Books of Wonder

It's that time of year again! I'll be speaking and signing books (THE HOUSE ON STONE'S THROW ISLAND) at the wonderful Books of Wonder in Manhattan this Saturday at 1pm with some other awesome writers of fantastical fiction for middle grade readers. 

http://www.booksofwonder.com/event.php?id=466