Newsletter, Volume 8, Number 2
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- Featured Topic: Folk and Fairy Tales, Tongue-in-Cheek Versions.
In New England February is a long month, where cabin fever sets in in earnest. It's a great time to curl up with a warm blanket and the escape of a great book. This month we've got some odd twists on the old fairy tales -- perfect for telling around the fire.
Here are a couple of upcoming appearances, speeches or workshops by Carol:
- February 13, 2003 - Pioneer Valley Reading in Chicopee, MA
- March 4, 2003 - Spartanburg Reading Association Inservice in Spartanburg, SC
- March 6, 2003 - South Carolina School Librarians Convention in Columbia, SC
- May 23, 2003 - Bishop School, Storytelling and Inservice in Norwich, CT
- June 5, 2003 - Clay County Florida Teachers' Inservice in Jacksonville, FL
You can find out more information on any of these by writing to Carol Hurst at firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who missed our last newsletter the most recent additions to our web site are:
Featured Book: The Keeping Quilt by Patricia Polacco.
Featured Subject: Kids Books Set in Schools.
Featured Title: Keeper of the Doves by Betsy Byars.
Featured Subject: Biographies and Memoirs.
Featured Subject: Reading Aloud, Recommended Titles.
Featured Author: Arnold Lobel.
Featured Subject: Buildings and Architecture in Children's Books.
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Featured Topic: Folk and Fairy Tales, Tongue-In-Cheek Versions.
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