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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

#rockthedrop 2015!

Today's the day, rgz! It's time for Operation Teen Book Drop, 2015, also known as #rockthedrop. April 16th is YALSA's Support Teen Literature Day

Quick! Print out a bookmark below, created by Little Willow. Place it in a favorite YA book, and leave the novel in a public spot to be found. Tweet or post a pic at our facebook page with the hashtag #rockthedrop. Show your love for YA lit and brighten someone's day. 

Off you go! Be sneaky. Be creative. Have fun! Oh, and if you find a book, let us know that, too! Drop a note in the comments. Alrighty. GO!

And thanks to iheartdaily for their support! 
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Lindsay Adams said...

The clone codes

Lorie Ann Grover said...

How fantastic! Thanks, Lindsay!

Gia Dignazio said...


Marina Dear said...

I found Skink No Surrender and I am so very excited to read my new book. I'll pass it on! This is so cool!

Marina Dear said...

I'll be leaving Grimm Legacy for whoever finds it!

Diana McEntee said...

I found Feathers by Jaqueline Woodson at a rest stop! I'm done reading it, so if I get a chance to I'll leave it somewhere for another person to find it.

Lorie Ann Grover said...

Congrats, Diana and Marina! Thanks for passing on the love. :)

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