SPONSORED: Macmillan Library @ TxLA 2016 (Booth #1544)

We can’t wait to see you in Houston at the Texas Library Association Annual Conference later this month! Peruse the program, join us in booth #1544 for galley giveaways and at all of the events below!
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We can’t wait to see you in Houston at the Texas Library Association Annual Conference later this month! Peruse the program, join us in booth #1544 for galley giveaways and at all of the events below!

Wednesday, April 20

Opening Author Session with Carolyn Haines 12:00 noon-1:50pm Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel, 1600 Lamar St. | Room TBA Carolyn Haines (ROCK-A-BYE BONES) will discuss her recent work, life, and creative inspiration. Enjoy a fun and thought-provoking luncheon with a book signing to follow. You Know Me WellTexas Tea: Meet and Greet with YA Authors 4:00-5:20pm Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel, 1600 Lamar St. | Room TBA Join us for the fifth annual Texas Tea, the premier event for YA literature enthusiasts, featuring several authors including David Levithan (YOU KNOW ME WELL). Librarians stay put as authors move from table to table sharing stories over tea and cookies.

Thursday, April 21

In-booth signing with David Levithan 11:00am-12:00 noon George R. Brown Convention Center | Booth #1544 David Levithan will sign complimentary copies of his YA novel, YOU KNOW ME WELL. (Limited quantities available. Librarians only, please.)

Friday, April 22

Book Buzz: The New Books Are Coming 8:00-9:50am George R. Brown Convention Center | Room TBA Come hear Anne “sweet teeth” Spieth highlight her favorite forthcoming Macmillan titles at this popular annual book buzz featuring representatives from several publishing houses.
Not going to TxLA? 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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