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Kidlit Good News / Re: My latest picture book released
« Last post by dinalapomy101 on Yesterday at 10:19 AM »
It sounds wonderful! Christmas is a hard time for a lot of people, so I'm glad to hear about the "mixed" reviews. :-)
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Kidlit Good News / Re: My latest picture book released
« Last post by Traci @ITD on Yesterday at 07:42 AM »
Thanks so much everyone!
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Kidlit Good News / Re: SOLD!! IT'S YOUR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL, BUSY BUS!
« Last post by JodyJS on Yesterday at 07:39 AM »
Thanks for celebrating with me, TMarie!
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Education / Re: Rutgers Conference
« Last post by Sheri D. on Yesterday at 06:38 AM »
Sharon, it looks like you might be new to the boards? Do you know how to get to the earlier pages in this thread? There is info on dinner and other things like people who are looking for a roommate or a ride.

We are currently on page 4 of the thread. If you look just below this post, you will see this:

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You can click on the numbers to read the other pages. (Sorry if I'm explaining something you already know! But if you do have any more questions, I'm happy to help!) 
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Education / Re: Rutgers Conference
« Last post by Sheri D. on Yesterday at 06:26 AM »
Hi all!

I'm planning to call the restaurant in the next day or two. Sharon, I'll go ahead and add your name. I hope you can join us!

:meeting

1. Sheri
2. Abby (aca)
3. Deb (dkshumaker)
4. Lisa (elisa)
5. Jude
6. Elaine (?)
7. Jeffrey
8. Christine
9. Ellen (mrsbear)
10. Laura
11. Sydelle
12. Sharon (?)
13.




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Education / Re: Rutgers Conference
« Last post by dkshumaker on Yesterday at 06:20 AM »
Sharon, we are meeting at the East Brunswick Hilton where most of us are staying. Friday night, 7 pm dinner. Are you able to join us? The more the merrier!
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Education / Re: Rutgers Conference
« Last post by sharon-vargo on Yesterday at 05:30 AM »
Is there info on where people are meeting for dinner? Thanks, Sharon
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Book Talk / Re: Chime in with your favorite RECENT Picture Book and why
« Last post by Andi W. on Yesterday at 05:23 AM »
Ida Always by Caron Levis/ Charles Santoso for great heart.

How Martha Saved Her Parents From Green Beans by David LaRochelle/Mark Fearing for the humor

Poor Doreen, A Fishy Tale by Sally Lloyd-Jones/Alexandra Boiger for Brilliance

And there are so many more...
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Translation / SCBWI Japan Translation Day on October 22, 2016
« Last post by avery-udagawa on Yesterday at 03:15 AM »
Hello,

The next biennial SCBWI Japan Translation Day will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016, in Yokohama. The full program and speaker bios are here:

https://japan.scbwi.org/events/scbwi-japan-translation-day-2016/

Our featured speaker and workshop leader will be Ginny Tapley Takemori, translator of The Whale That Fell In Love with a Submarine by Akiyuki Nosaka and The Secret of the Blue Glass by Tomiko Inui. The workshop texts feature the work Grave of the Fireflies by Akiyuki Nosaka.

Also joining us will be manga translator Zack Davisson (via Skype from Seattle), publisher Julia Marshall of Gecko Press (via pre-recorded Skype from Wellington, because she will physically be at the Frankfurt Book Fair), and Yumiko Sakuma--translator, critic, and expert on Japanese children's books, including titles yet to be translated!

Please join us and help us spread the word!

Best,

Avery Fischer Udagawa
SCBWI International Translator Coordinator
SCBWI Japan Translator Coordinator
Japanese > English
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Education / Re: Rutgers Conference
« Last post by elisa on September 29, 2016, 08:47 PM »
Hello everyone! I haven't been on the Blueboards for a loooong time (life happens!) but I did get into RUCCL and i'm coming to dinner and looking forward to meeting all of you! What a great way to start the conference.

See you soon!

Lisa
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