Monday, March 3, 2014

What Are You Doing in March?

Check out some of these upcoming events if you are looking for something literary to do in the NYC area:

Every year on the first Wednesday of March LitWorld's advocacy campaign for the human right of literacy calls worldwide attention to the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories.

3/12, 4pm
Joint HVLA/NYCIST at Professional Children's School
Librarians and technologists will have the opportunity to discuss issues that affect both groups and share ideas. RSVP here.

3/13, 6:30pm
Lauren Oliver will talk about her latest YA book, Panic.

Teen Tech Week is a national initiative aimed at teens, their parents, educators and other concerned adults. The purpose of the initiative is to ensure that teens are competent and ethical users of technologies, especially those that are offered through libraries.

3/22, 3-5 pm
Come watch young filmmakers who create movies that creatively compress the stories of Newbery Award-winning books into 90 seconds or less.

3/24, 7:30pm
Anderson will talk about her latest book, The Impossible Knife of Memory, which the HVLA bookclub recently discussed.

Through 4/27
Those of you who were intrigued by "The ABC of It: Why Children's Books Matter" during our winter meeting might be interested to check out another exhibit featuring a children's literary classic.

1 comment:

  1. There is also an amazing exhibit of works by THE Czech master of the pop-up books that is not to be missed at the Grolier Club.


    Michael Clark