SummerTeen tomorrow!

Just a reminder about SummerTeen tomorrow!

 

The line up is at the SLJ SummerTeen website.

I will be moderating the Historical Fantasy panel.

Deb Noyes, Plague in the Mirror (Candlewick) (My review)

Robin LaFevers, Dark Triumph (HMH) (My review of Grave Mercy, the first book in this series, and Dark Triumph)

Elizabeth Wein, The Winter Prince (Open Road) (My review)

Sharon Cameron, The Dark Unwinding (Scholastic) (My review)

If you have any questions for the authors, leave them here; or better yet, ask them tomorrow.

SummerTeen

Don’t forget to sign up for SLJ’s SummerTeen! It’s July 24, 2013 11:00 am – 5:00 pm EST.

 

Summerteen2013 header10 SLJ SummerTeen 2013

Last year, I attended this virtual, online event and let me tell you, it’s fun to be able to participate online. No travel! No security checks! No living out of a suitcase!

The line up is at the SLJ SummerTeen website;  and I want to point out something extra wonderful. Well, to me at least.

See the Historical Fantasy Program?

Historical Fantasy

Deb Noyes, Plague in the Mirror (Candlewick)

Robin LaFevers, Dark Triumph (HMH) (My review of Grave Mercy, the first book in this series)

Elizabeth Wein, The Winter Prince (Open Road)

Sharon Cameron, The Dark Unwinding (Scholastic) (My review)

I will be moderating that! What is historical fantasy, you ask? Why, I guess to find out you have to attend!

That, and it’s free!

Summer Teen

I almost forgot!

SummerTeen: A Celebration of Young Adult Books is a School Library Journal online event. It takes place on August 9, from 10:30 to 5:30 EST.

Online means you don’t have to travel anywhere! No jet lag! No lost luggage!

Here is the description: SummerTeen will bring together a blockbuster keynote with presentations on topics near and dear to the hearts of youth services and school librarians including the hottest genres and latest formats.”

I’ve been an attendee to two previous LJ/SLJ online events and enjoyed both immensely. I’m looking forward to this! Pricing: early bird pricing ends July 2 (I’m sorry I didn’t post sooner!) It varies based on things like whether you’re a LJ/SLJ subscriber or not. While it’s aimed at librarians and teachers and the like, it can also be broadcast to students or teens as part of a summer program. Take a peak at the list of speakers.

If you participate and will be Tweeting it (like me), here is the hashtag: #sljSummerTeen