I'm so delighted to be a part of Changing Hands Bookstore's Tween Reading-Go-Round, to kick off their summer reading program! Join us for this free, fun event with lightning-fast questions! 4-5pm Central, Saturday May 8!
From their website:
It's time to play the 2021 Summer Reading Bingo! Join us for our virtual kickoff party at the Reading-Go-Round with Amy Bearce, Melissa Hope, Terri Libenson, Graci Kim, Kwame Mbalia, Prince Joel Makonnen, Dusti Bowling, and Justin A. Reynolds.
You'll rotate through a variety of Zoom rooms to meet the authors one at a time for 10 minutes of Q&A before moving into the next room. The authors will be challenged to answer as many questions as they can, as fast as they can! It's a quick-paced Q&A blitz!
The Changing Hands Summer Reading Bingo celebrates diversity and inclusion in children's literature. Read great books, connect the squares to win prizes and enrich your reading experience.
RSVP HERE »
*Changing Hands Bookstore Zoom events are password-protected with wait rooms enabled. The password is entered automatically by clicking the event link when logged in to a Zoom account. They will admit guests shortly before 4PM Central and throughout the event. If you join late, please be patient—they'll admit you when they see you.
Don't forget to check out all the books and authors for this event! So honored to be included in this amazing list!
Rome Reframed By Amy Bearce
Sea of Kings By Melissa Hope
Truly Tyler (Emmie & Friends) By Terri Libenson, Terri Libenson (Illustrator)
The Last Fallen Star (A Gifted Clans Novel) By Graci Kim
Last Gate of the Emperor By Kwame Mbalia, Prince Joel Makonnen
Aven Green Sleuthing Machine, 1 ) By Dusti Bowling, Gina Perry (Illustrator)
Miles Morales: Shock Waves (Original Spider-Man Graphic Novel) By Justin A. Reynolds, Pablo Leon (Illustrator)
I really hope to see you there! You don't have to use your camera for the Zoom if it makes you anxious--you can type your questions in the chat and that's totally cool! No worries! So register for free and join us on Saturday!
To those of you in 4th-8th grade and older, I hope I can offer a smidgen of help & encouragement as you traverse the waters of intermediate school, middle school, and high school.