I tell the kiddos: "No sitting down - to find true book love, sometimes you have to be quick on your feet & ready to pounce on the right book!
The trick to staging this activity is to create messy inviting piles of books on each table (by subject, genre, or type), leaving some some flat, some standing up, and just pile it up and add signage. Connecting with neighborhood reading groups, and groups from local community centers and organizations is an important and fun way to celebrate books, writers and readers.We hope to inspire lively and thoughtful conversation. Make sure you’re free from June 22nd through June 27th because Nobrow is coming over for this year’s ALA Annual, and we have a feeling this show is going to be a BEAST!We’ll set up our Nobrow HQ at Booth 3121, where you can stop by and check out all of our latest releases, our greatest hits, and maybe even take a peek at some upcoming titles that will be lighting up a bookstore near you later this year. Powers, Lucy Knisley, Krystyna Poray Goddu, Sarah Shoemaker, Penelope Bagieu, and Jennifer Latham. Author of "Dollmakers and Their Stories: Women Who Changed the World of Play," she has contributed to "American Girl" magazine, the "New York Times Book Review", and the "Riverbank Review of Books for Young Readers" and is a regular reviewer of children s books and writer for "Publishers Weekly." She has worked at "Woman's Day" magazine and was founding editor of "Dolls" magazine and cofounder of Reverie Publishing Company, which publishes books on dolls and toys for collectors and children.