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  • 1. Why did you say yes to the Read ‘n’ Feed Festival at APL? Read 'n' Feed is such a great name for a book Festival! And I was honored to be invited. 2. What’s your favorite kind of food? It's a tie between peanut butter and hummus. 3. How often do you have to scrap a story ...

    By Staci T.

  • Called a “YA rebel-author” by Kirkus Reviews, Barry Lyga has published eleven novels in various genres in his seven-year career, including the New York Times bestselling I Hunt Killers. His books have been or are slated to be published in a dozen different languages in North America, ...

    By Staci T.

  • Thursday, March 27 ● 6:00-7:00pm (Cardinal Room) Discuss this month’s book selection, Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick, with fellow teens. Interested teens may pick up a copy of the book at Information Services starting March 1. Book summary: This National Book Award nominee from ...

    By Staci T.

  • My passion is writing! What could be more delicious than inventing new characters and seeing where they take you? I'm a teacher so I spend most of my waking hours with young people. I love chatting with them and hearing their views on love and life. My students are magical, and I am honored to be part ...

    By Staci T.

  • Saundra Mitchell is the author of SHADOWED SUMMER, THE VESPERTINE, THE SPRINGSWEET, THE ELEMENTALS and MISTWALKER. She’s also the editor of the YA anthology DEFY THE DARK. Writing as Jessa Holbrook, she published her first romantic contemporary YA with Razorbill, WHILE YOU’RE AWAY. In ...

    By Staci T.

  • Thursday, March 27 ● 6:00-7:00pm (Cardinal Room) Discuss this month’s book selection, Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick, with fellow teens. Interested teens may pick up a copy of the book at Information Services starting March 1. Book summary: This National Book Award nominee from ...

    By Staci T.