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Friday
Oct082010

Cybils, Carnival of Children's Literature, and Kidlitcon

From Jen Robinson’s Book Page

I have three can’t miss pieces of Kidlitosphere news to share today:

Cybils2010small 1. Nominations opened for the 2010 Cybils Awards this morning. Anyone can nominate titles (published from October 16, 2009 to October 15, 2010), one title per person per category. Here is the direct link to the nomination form. From the Cybils blog you can find up-to-the minute lists of nominated titles in each category (for example, Young Adult Fiction is here). Hundreds of titles have already been nominated. You have until October 15th to make sure that your favorites have been included. If you read a children’s or young adult book this year that you think was well-written and chock-full of kid-appeal, nominate it for the Cybils!

2. The September Carnival of Children’s Literature is now available at Great Kid Books. Host Mary Ann Scheuer has assembled a host of links from all around the Kidlitosphere, from news tidbits to book reviews to posts about writing. Mary Ann even took time to include cover images for the reviewed titles - a very nice touch! For fans of children’s literature, this Carnival is not to be missed.

3. The schedule has been announced for Kidlitcon 2010, the fourth annual conference for children’s and young adult book bloggers. Author Maggie Stiefvater is the keynote speaker. I have read and loved all of her books published to date, and am looking forward to meeting her. I’ll be participating in a few of the sessions (more details closer to the conference). But do check out the whole schedule. Kidlitcon has something for everyone involved in children’s book writing and blogging. And it’s not too late to register! As hosts Andrew Karre, Ben Barnhart and Brian Farrey note: “This conference belongs to bloggers and will only be as strong as those who make it happen.” I hope to see you all there!

Great times in children’s and young adult literature land. Wishing you all a book-filled weekend.

© 2010 by Jennifer Robinson of Jen Robinson’s Book Page. All rights reserved.
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