December 5, 2016

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Pictures of the Week: BookUp Program Participants Visit NYPL; Author Shirley Glubok Attends Ezra Jack Keats’s Celebration

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Participants in the National Book Foundation’s BookUp program, an after-school reading program led by writers, visit the “Lunch Hour” exhibition at the New York Public Library as part of the program’s monthly field trip to literary sites around New York City. Photo credit: National Book Foundation.

Children involved in the BookUp program. Photo credit: National Book Foundation.

Famed nonfiction author Shirley Glubok attended a 50th Anniversary Celebration for Ezra Jack Keats’s The Snowy Day (Viking, 1962) at the Society of Illustrators in New York City. Photo by Rocco Staino.

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