Join SLJ's Youth Media Awards Pre-Game—and Post-Game—Show

You've been preparing all year for this moment: The announcement of the American Library Association Youth Media Awards. Grab some coffee and join the fun by tuning into SLJ’s first-ever pre-game show (#sljpregame), streamed live via Google Hangout at 7:30 a.m. EST on January 27.
You've been preparing all year for this moment: The announcement of the American Library Association (ALA) Youth Media Awards. Grab some coffee and join the fun by tuning into School Library Journals first-ever live pre-game show presented via Google Hangout at 7:30 EST on January 27, 2014. Elizabeth BirdLori EssHosted by Elizabeth Bird (l.), blogger, "A Fuse # 8 Production," and Lori Ess (r.), a former children's librarian now with Scholastic Reading Club, the event will stream live from SLJ's offices in New York City. Expect a no-holds-barred conversation about the most highly anticipated honors in children's publishing, including the prestigious Newbery and Caldecott awards. Stay tuned after the award announcements for a post-game wrap-up, and Bird and Ess will respond to your comments and questions via the live chat and on Twitter (#sljpregame). The 7:30 a.m. pre-game show will precede the award announcements, which will be streamed live at 8 a.m. from ALA’s Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia. After the announcements, the SLJ post-game show will commence at around 9:05 a.m. NOTE: For more livestream videos from SLJ, subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Google Plus.
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Margaret

Since any event with a pre-game and post-game show deserves a half-time show too, I'd like to nominate the Univited Loud Precision Band from Sandra Boynton's Blue Moo. (And thanks for the pre-game and post-game. Sounds like fun!)

Posted : Jan 17, 2014 02:15


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