Newsletter, October 2002

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Welcome to the October issue of our newsletter. If you'd like to have each issue delivered to your email address you can sign-up for a subscription.

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With the release of the movie Tuck Everlasting don't forget that we have a few expansion ideas on the web site for this classic. Get out copies of the book. Let those who haven't seen the movie yet have first turns at the copies but then others will want to look through to find differences with the movie. You can find our Tuck Everlasting materials at:

Here are a few upcoming appearances, speeches or workshops by Carol:

  • October 14, 2002 - Teacher-In-Service, Henrico County, VA.
  • October 21, 2002 - AIMS. Convention, Baltimore, MD
  • November 23, 2002 - Children's Book Institute, Boston College, Boston, MA

You can find out more information on any of these by writing to Carol Hurst at

For those who missed our last newsletter the most recent additions to our web site are:

Featured Subject: Biographies and Memoirs.
Featured Subject: Reading Aloud, Recommended Titles.
Featured Author: Arnold Lobel.
Featured Subject: Buildings and Architecture in Children's Books.
Featured Book: A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park.
Featured Subject: The Great Depression in Children's Books.

Next Section of Newsletter:

Featured Book: Keeper of the Doves.