April 25, 2018

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Representing at the March For Our Lives | Pictures of the Week

On March 24, the kid lit community—along with students, parents, and concerned citizens around the country and the world—came out in support of the March For Our Lives. Here are a few images from that day.

Anna Carey organized the Los Angeles, CA, kid lit group.

In Austin, TX, from left to right, Chris Barton, Jennifer Ziegler, Cory Putman Oakes, Liz Garton Scanlon, Shelli Cornelison, Donna Janell Bowman




#KidLitMarchesForKids people gathering at home plate in Cal Anderson
Park before the Seattle march.  Pictured, left to right: Holly Huckeba, Joni Sensel, Julie Artz, Martha Brockenbrough, Janet Lee Carey, Laurie Thompson.


Christina Whilsdon saw this sign in Seattle and snapped the picture.



Author Jenny Han, left, holding banner, coordinated the New York City group of #KidLitMarchesForKids. Photo by Justin Chanda.



An elementary school in Brooklyn, NY, represents in NYC.

In Poughkeepsie, NY, Diane Zahler and Kimberly Sabatini led the KidLit crowd, joined by some “amazing young readers,” Zahler said.



From Bree Despain in Salt Lake City. Left to right: Despain, Courtney Alameda,
Ally Condie, J.R. Johansson, Shannon Hale


















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