Get Your 2014 ALA Midwinter Guide to ARCs & Signings

Before making your plans for 2014 ALA Midwinter, be sure to check out SLJ's ARC's & Signing Guide.
SLJ_Galley_300X250Let the conference begin! The American Library Association’s 2014 Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits will be held in Philadelphia, January 24–28, and along with it comes the opportunity for ARCs and galleys galore. Worried about loading yourself down before you’ve even begun? School Library Journal’s 2014 ALA Midwinter Guide to ARCs & Signings focuses on some must-see authors and giveaways. Though, of course, there’s plenty of buzz around who will win the Printz, Caldecott, and Newbery awards, SLJ's guide highlights some hot authors who will be on hand, such as Rainbow Rowell, whose Fangirl and Eleanor and Park (both, Macmillan) have had the YA world pulsating with glee, and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants author Ann Brashares, who’s just penned The Here and Now (Random), a futuristic new young adult novel. And be sure to check out some key titles that the SLJ staff can’t stop talking about, including Rich and Sandra Neil Wallace’s Babe Conquers the World: The Legendary Life of Babe Didriskon Zaharias (Boyd Mills), Andrew Smith’s Grasshopper Jungle (Dutton), and E. Lockhart’s We Were Liars (Random). And these are just a few of the exciting offerings in our 2014 Guide to ARCS and Signing. Sign up to receive your free guide today, courtesy of Sourcebooks.

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