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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Time to nominate for Brown Bookshelf's 28 Days Later

Now through November 1st is the time to tell our friends over at The Brown Bookshelf who you would like to hear about during 28 Days Later: A Black History Month celebration of children's literature.

During February, the authors and illustrators of Brown Bookshelf profile twenty-eight of the best of the best African-American authors and illustrators, and they want to hear from you! (Note that due to limited resources, they only consider traditionally published books.)

Read more about 28 Days Later and nominations at The Brown Bookshelf! Spread the word!


MissAttitude said...

Thanks for posting about this! I can't wait to see all the titles contributed :)

Melissa Walker said...

Ooh, love this. Making my list!

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