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miércoles, noviembre 17th 6:30pm
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Únase a nosotros para una charla virtual con el autor Adib Khorram. Es el autor de "Darius el Grande no está bien", que obtuvo el premio William C. Morris Debut Award, el Asian/Pacific American Award for Young Adult Literature y un Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor, entre otros galardones. La continuación, "Darius the Great Deserves Better", se publicó en 2020, y su primer libro ilustrado, "Seven Special Somethings: A Nowruz Story", se publicó este año. También diseñador gráfico y entusiasta del té, Khorram nació y creció en Kansas City, Missouri. Cuando no está escribiendo, le gusta el Crossfit, el patinaje artístico, la guitarra eléctrica, la comida, el vino, los videojuegos, los juegos de mesa y la barbacoa de Kansas City. Obtenga más información sobre el autor en adibkhorram.com. Acompáñenos en este evento en Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89041653007?pwd=TUhuZCtxV0wrMDZBZTlpSFZ2K3VPQT09 Este es un evento multilingüe; habrá interpretación en español y árabe. Un agradecimiento especial al Programa Migrante y Bilingüe del Distrito Escolar de Kennewick por proporcionar la interpretación al árabe. "Darius el Grande no está bien" es uno de los tres libros presentados durante nuestro festival literario Mid-Columbia Reads. Usted puede recoger su ejemplar gratuito en su sucursal local, hasta agotar existencias, o pedirlo prestado hoy mismo.
martes, diciembre 14th 1:00pm
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Join us for a virtual chat with author Laurel Snyder. She is the award-winning author of the picture books series, "Charlie & Mouse.: She is also the author of six novels for children and books of poetry. A graduate of the Iowa Writer's Workshop and a former Michener-Engle Fellow, Laurel has published work in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and elsewhere. She is an occasional commentator for NPR's All Things Considered, and she teaches in the MFAC program at Hamline University, and also in the creative writing department at Emory University. Learn more about the author at laurelsnyder.com Join us for this event on Zoom by clicking here.    
jueves, enero 27th 1:00pm
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Join us for a virtual chat with Newbery Medalist and New York Times Bestselling author Erin Entrada Kelly. She received the 2018 Newbery Medal for "Hello, Universe," a 2021 Newbery Honor for "We Dream of Space," the 2017 APALA Award for "The Land of Forgotten Girls," and the 2016 Golden Kite Honor Award for "Blackbird Fly," among other honors. She is also the author and illustrator of the "Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey" series.  Erin has a bachelor’s degree in women’s studies and liberal arts from McNeese State University and an MFA from Rosemont College. She lives in Delaware. She teaches in the MFA programs at Hamline University and Rosemont College. She also teaches fiction with Gotham Writers Workshop. Learn more about the author at erinentradakelly.com. Join us for this event on Zoom by clicking here.