Monday, October 01, 2007

Gleanings From My Listservs

Tomorrow morning Click by Nick Hornby, Roddy Doyle, Gregory Maguire, Linda Sue Park, David Almond, Tim Wynne-Jones, Ruth Ozeki, Deborah Ellis, Margo Lanagan, and Eoin Colfer is going to be featured on NPR's Morning Edition. Arthur Levine, the editor, and two of the book's ten authors, Ruth Ozeki and Linda Sue Park, will be interviewed. Click is being published by Scholastic as a benefit project for Amnesty International.

Remember Little Toot by Hardie Gramatky? Well, this year was Gramatky's one hundredth birthday, so a "restored classic edition" of Little Toot was published last month. Gramatky was a watercolorist as well as an illustrator.

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