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Virginia Festival of the Book
A program, the Virginia Festival of the Book offers 5 days & hundreds of authors in all genres for all ages. Next : March 18-22, 2020
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Everywhere Book Fest Apr 1
SATURDAY'S KEYNOTE IS THE UNSTOPPABLE ! Get ready, because the author of CLEAN GETAWAY will be at on May 2nd. Will you? Learn more:
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Need a break from the news this afternoon? (yes, you do) Check out the On The Same Page podcast for read-from-home recs & more from Central Virginia librarians, incl. shoutouts to great authors such as
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We're so excited for this Bilingual Book Talk with longtime friends and ... Starting soon (3pm)!
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Jarrett J. Krosoczka 8h
The latest episode of Draw Every Day is here! A lesson on sound effects, more Pug Cam, family draw time, AND meet —who you will want as your new best friend. She’s just the coolest.
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Kevin M. Levin 10h
Just took advantage of the 40% discount . Picked up new books by , , and Grace Elizabeth Hale.
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Amy Woolard 9h
To celebrate my new book, I wrote a thing for on the poetry that got me going—my constellation of first teachers: Greg Orr, Charles Wright, Rita Dove, Larry Levis & + I got to join a bomb crew of poets like & & !
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Virginia Center for Book 11h
Arguably our favorite author-illustrator duo EVER! Don't miss faves + every day at 1PM as they read from their books, do activities and crafts, play games, sing songs, drink glasses of water, and dance! Details:
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"Because your kids are not in school. Because stories are important. Because laughter makes everything better."
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J_MRL 13h
Although we didn't get to see at this year's canceled / 's Same Page program...she will be doing a live reading TODAY at 3pm EST! 😍💻
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National Book Foundation Apr 1
Today we are thrilled to announce the Judges of the 2020 and the opening of submissions!
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Jacqueline Woodson Mar 31
Join me on Facebook Thursday, April 2 at 3:00pm EST/12:00pm PST for a LIVE reading of my book EACH KINDNESS! I'm partnering with the Penguin Random House and PARENTS program to share stories with families during social distancing. See you at storytime!
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Laura Lee Gulledge Mar 30
Thanks everyone who tuned into my latest VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR event on Facebook Live!⚡️💖 (which you can still watch on my FB page) This special elongated-format presentation is ALL ABOUT HEALING covering my personal…
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Virginia Center for Book Mar 30
Like many others, we are deeply saddened by the loss of Tomie dePaola, whose books we've spent countless hours reading & re-reading. Listen to a convo w/ Tomie & 's here: We hope that lives on as a classic for generations!
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Literary Hub Mar 30
On "Sheltering," talks to Deb Olin Unferth about thinking outside the (capitalism) box.
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Steph Opitz Mar 30
Hi! I'm going to try this whole live-on-the-internet thing, too to talk about some of the fun plans we have in the works for on Thursday 2pm CST. Maybe Rappy and/or my kids will be in the background, join in the adventure:
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Jane B Kulow Mar 30
Ahh! Congratulations to all! (& offers a great reading list on their website w/ decades of awardees)
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Parnassus Books Mar 30
"I feel scattered, too. But during this pandemic, I have found myself falling in love with books all over again." Thank you, !
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Virginia Center for Book Mar 30
Does your public library need $$ support to plan programming that explores the critical role of local journalism in supporting an informed citizenry? We can help! Now accepting proposals from regions 1, 2 & 4. Learn more & please share:
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Virginia Humanities Mar 30
If you're starting your week off looking for an enriching activity do with the kids, our has a fun, easy, magazine making project you can do at home. All you need is a printer, pens, scissors, and some creativity.
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Cville City Schools Mar 29
School meal deliveries will continue Mon & Wed, with new stops: 806 Prospect at 11:55 and at Rose Hill Dr @ Charlton Ave at 11:40. Find details at . If your child can’t come to the distribution site, please let the server know. Thanks to all our volunteers!
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