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Penguin Live! A Webcast with Thirteen Reasons Why Author, Jay Asher!

 Penguin Young Readers and School Library Journal

EVENT DATE AND TIME: Monday, March 3rd, 2014, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET

Brought to you LIVE from LREI High School in New York City

Archive available now!

New York Times bestseller and teen favorite Thirteen Reasons Why author Jay Asher continues to inspire empathy and anti-bullying discussion in schools across America. Join us to hear Jay talk about his work, his inspiration, and Thirteen Reasons Why—a powerful story that broaches the sensitive issues faced by high schoolers today.

We encourage you to set up an assembly for this Livestream Event so all of your kids, parents, and teachers will be able to watch and participate.

Can’t make it on March 3? No problem! Archive available now for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

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  1. Elisabeth Cotter says:

    Hi! I’m a school librarian on Long Island, and I registered for the live Webcast today with Jay Asher, and have yet to recieve my email with the link to the event. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Annabella says:

    whats the epiphany? the character or readers epiphany.