SPONSORED: Join Macmillan Library (Booth # 1806) @ ALA Midwinter 2016!

SPONSORED: Macmillan Library shares which titles and YA authors ALA Midwinter 2016 attendees have to look forward to at the booth.
You Know Me Wellromancing the dark...Visit Macmillan Library (Booth #1806) during ALA Midwinter to meet YA authors David Levithan, Roshani Chokshi, Anna-Marie McLemore, and Ann Jacobus, to pick up Advance Readers’ Copies of Alison Umminger's AMERICAN GIRLS , R.L. Stine's CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET?, Kit Alloway's DREAMFEVER, Meredith Russo's IF I WAS YOUR GIRL, and David Levithan's & Nina Lacour's YOU KNOW ME WELL, and for copies of Macmillan's 2016 Books for Teens poster!
NOTE: This content was sponsored and contributed by Macmillan.
      star-touched queenDay-by-Day YA @ ALA!  Friday, January 8th 5:30 pm | Booth #1806 Roshani Chokshi will be signing THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN  Advance Readers’ Copies. Sunday, January 10th 10:00 am | Booth #1806 David Levithan will be signing YOU KNOW ME WELL Advance Readers' Copies.​ 2:00 pm | Booth #1806 Ann Jacobus will be signing complimentary copies of ROMANCING THE DARK IN THE CITY OF LIGHT and Anna-Marie McLemore will be signing complimentary copies of her Morris Award-nominated THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS​. ** Not going to Midwinter?  Please email library@macmillanusa.com with your full name and mailing address for a complimentary copy of our 2016 Books for Teens  poster.

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