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The Brown Bookshelf Celebrates Black History Month

"28 Days Later" is back! After a successful run last year, the blog called The Brown Bookshelf is bringing back the popular month-long series of interviews with creators of children's literature. The writers and editors of the blog state,

The Brown Bookshelf’s mission to make more people aware of the rich selection of children’s books by and about African Americans remains on course. 28 Days Later will feature under-promoted and little known authors and illustrators alongside vanguard authors.

Don't miss hearing from these authors and illustrators of fiction, nonfiction, young-adult novels, picture books, and more. The full schedule is here.


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Thanks for the reminder, Susan. I don't want to let Darwin and Lincoln get all my attention this month!

I know!

Speaking of Darwin and Lincoln, I read in my library's calendar that Adam Gopnik is coming to town to talk about his new book about the two. Should be interesting.

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