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|Find Inspiration in the Midst of Big Imaginations and Big Hearts at Annual WWU Children’s Literature Conference||
"If there is a book you want to read but isn’t written yet, write it.” This straightforward advice comes from author Shel Silverstein in Roger Was a Razor Fish, and Other Poems.
|Photos: 2016 Children's Literature Conference||2016-03-01|
|WWU conference features top children’s writers, illustrators||
If this year’s Children’s Literature Conference at Western Washington University seems heavy on artists, blame that on Gene Luen Yang’s powerful talent as a writer and illustrator.
|Children's Literature Conference coming Feb. 27||2016-02-22|
|Johnson, Tag win community 'Golden Apple' awards||2016-01-14|
|Whatcom County Library System Awards “Golden Apple” to Local Educators||
Every year the Whatcom County Library System Youth Services department recognizes local community educators who have made a real and significant difference in the lives of the young people of Whatcom County with the Golden Apple Award. For 2015, WCLS recognizes two colleagues from Western…
|Discover new stories at children’s and YA book sale Dec. 3 and 4||2015-11-23|
|Acclaimed children’s writer DiCamillo to speak at Western Washington University||
One of the biggest names in children’s literature is headlining the annual Children’s Literature Conference at Western Washington University, which highlights writers and illustrators whose primary audience is young readers.
|Johnson has essay published in book on Asian children's literature||2014-12-29|
|Children's, young adult books to be sold Dec. 4 and 5||2014-12-03|