Two weeks after launch, 50 authors already signed up for first ever "Indies First Storytime Day" on May 17

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Two weeks after launch, 50 authors already signed up for first ever "Indies First Storytime Day" on May 17

Mar 10 2014

Since the launch of Indies First Storytime Day just two weeks ago, more than 50 authors have signed on to read at independent bookstores across the USA on May 17, as part of this year's celebration of Children's Book Week (May 12-18). Among them is Kate DiCamillo, the Library of Congress' 2014-2015 National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, who in a letter on February 18 invited her fellow authors to participate in Indies First Storytime Day.

Source: Bookweb.org

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