SPONSORED: Join Macmillan (Adult) at 2015 ALA Annual

Macmillan (Adult) invites librarians attending the 2015 ALA Annual Meeting in San Francisco to visit their booth (#1009) and attend teen-friendly and YA-focused events. NOTE: This content was sponsored and contributed by Macmillan.
See you in San Francisco! We’re happy to leave our hearts in San Francisco with you fine librarians next month at ALA Annual! Stop by the Macmillan (Adult) booth #1009 and attend all of the fabulous teen-friendly and YA-Ok events on our schedule below (RSVP ASAP).
NOTE: This content was sponsored and contributed by Macmillan
      A Girl Undone_mech.indd Saturday, June 27 In-booth signing with Catherine Linka 9:00-10:00am | Moscone Convention Center | Booth #1009 Catherine Linka will be signing complimentary copies of her highly acclaimed YA novel A GIRL UNDONE, the sequel and explosive conclusion to A GIRL CALLED FEARLESS. Start reading A GIRL CALLED FEARLESS now. * “Zombies, and Vampires, and Spooks — Oh My!” with Catherine Linka and Stephanie Kuehn 10:30-11:30am | Moscone Convention Center | Room 125 (N) Sponsored by United for Libraries and moderated by Library Journal‘s Barbara Hoffert, this panel includes YA authors Catherine Linka (A GIRL UNDONE) and Stephanie Kuehn (DELICATE MONSTERS). Start reading DELICATE MONSTERS now. * Speed Dating with Joshua Davis 3:00-4:00pm | Marriott Marquis San Francisco | Golden Gate B RSVP required, space is limited Join Joshua Davis (SPARE PARTS) and 23 other authors in a lightning round speed-dating event, brought to you by the AAP Children’s Library Marketing Committee. Details and RSVP here. (Note: you will receive an email with your table number closer to the event.) * In-booth signing with Daniel Handler 3:00-4:00pm | Moscone Convention Center | Booth #1009 Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) will be signing complimentary copies of WE ARE PIRATES. Sunday, June 28 YA Author Coffee Klatch with Stephanie Kuehn 9:00-10:00am | Marriott Marquis San Francisco | Yerba Buena Salon 07 Ticketed event, space is limited. Enjoy coffee and meet with YALSA’s award winning authors, including Stephanie Kuehn (DELICATE MONSTERS). Tickets are $25. Details and purchasing information available here. * In-booth signing with Ann Jacobus 11:00am-12:00 noon | Moscone Convention Center | Booth #1009 Ann Jacobus will be signing complimentary copies of her YA novel, ROMANCING THE DARK IN THE CITY OF LIGHT. * In-booth signing with Anna-Marie McLemore 3:00-4:00pm | Moscone Convention Center | Booth #1009 Anna-Marie McLemore will be signing complimentary copies of her debut YA novel, THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS. Monday, June 29 Auditorium Speaker Series featuring Joshua Davis with Rick Jacobs and David Thomson — From Cover to Screen — Books to Movies 8:30-10:00am| Moscone Convention Center | Esplanade 305 Joshua Davis (SPARE PARTS) will be joined by producer Rick Jacobs and esteemed film critic David Thomson to talk about the writing of the book, the creation of the movie, and how movies are judged and reviewed. Attendees will also view a trailer for the film version, starring George Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Marisa Tomei. SPARE PARTS is about four undocumented Mexican teenagers overcoming all odds to win a high-tech underwater robot competition against teams from elite universities, and has been called a “triumphant read” by the Toronto Star and “a great American story” by the Washington Post. * Throughout the show we’ll be giving away Griffin Teen ARCs including THE CRYSTAL KINGDOM, DREAM THINGS TRUE, HIDE AND SEEK, THE MAKING OF A NAVY SEAL, TELL THE STORY TO ITS END and our beloved Books for Teens poster! * Visit MacmillanLibrary.com today for a complete list of ALA Annual events.

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