The Weekly 411 (4/14/17)
|© Lori Ann Levy-Holm|
April 14, 2017, vol. 15
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This week we feature author Ruth Horowitz, whose book ARE WE STILL FRIENDS? (Scholastic) just came out. Be sure to enter in her giveaway for a copy.
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Oct 21, 2017 Rutgers One-on-One A conference where you are paired one-on-one with an industry mentor (agent, editor, art director, or published author or illustrator). All genres and levels of writing for children (PB to YA) are welcome. Applications are open and due by June 27.
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Great Agent Monday Post!!!ReplyDelete
Are We Still Friends.... looks like an adorable book!ReplyDelete
Ruth's book looks wonderful. The title is so appropriate for what goes on between young friends.ReplyDelete
Love that this book has two distinct hooks -- the season and the friendship story.ReplyDelete
Harold Underdone???? Thanks for putting a smile on my face. Between the typo and the awesomely cute illustration, Lori, you made my day.ReplyDelete
I so enjoy these author spotlights and I love the weekly update. Wonderful!ReplyDelete