Author Grace Lin writes about her event with AOB
Author Grace Lin writes on her blog about her event with students at Washington Middle School for Girls. Click here to read about her experience.
Liniers visit to DC schools mentioned in Toon Books blog
TOON Books is delighted to present beloved Argentine cartoonist Liniers at public schools to meet with bilingual students and talk about his US debut of The Big Wet Balloon. Click here to read more on Toon Books.
AOB events praised at Politics and Prose children’s book forum.
Children’s book authors praise the work of An Open Book Foundation! We have been pleased to host authors Meg Medina, Mac Barnett, and Chris Myers on multiple occasions. This video links to our mention around the 18 minute mark, but…
AOB Partners with the Junior League of Washington
An Open Book is excited to be teaming up with the Junior League of Washington! Click here to read more about our partnership on their website.
The New York Times on Latino Images in Children’s Literature
The New York Times featured an article called “Young Latino Readers Missing Image.” Experts worry that the lack of Latino characters in children’s literature could have a negative impact on the growing number of Hispanic students who constantly read about white…
AOB’s Dara La Porte Moderates Panel on Children’s Literacy
Read about An Open Book’s involvement with the American Booksellers Association Children’s Institute at BookExpo America 2012.
AOB in Publishers Weekly
Coretta Scott King Award winner Sharon Draper met with students at the Washington Middle School for Girls. Read about it in Publishers Weekly.
AOB event profiled in The Washington Post
Read about our event at Raymond Elementary School with Mo Willems in The Washington Post.