Historical Fiction Month

It is Historical Fiction Month over at Melissa Rabey’s blog, Librarian by Day.

As explained in Rabey’s November 1 post, “Every weekday in November, there will be discussion of young adult historical fiction.  Whether it’s a book review, an essay from a guest contributor, or a post from me, readers will learn new things about historical fiction.”

Rabey also presented on historical fiction at the 2010 Young Adult Literature Symposium — and yes, my coverage of the Symposium is coming soon!

Rabey is the author of Historical Fiction for Teens: A Genre Guide from Libraries Unlimited. And, disclaimer and disclosure, she is also a good friend of mine.

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