Category Archives: book tours

Apply Now for Book Week 2014

The Canadian Children’s Book Centre is looking for authors and/or illustrators with new children’s books being released in the period from Spring 2013 to Spring 2014 who are interested in touring schools, libraries, bookstores and community centres, outside of their … Continue reading

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On Tour

As part of TD Canadian Children’s Book Week, 35 authors, illustrators and storytellers will be visiting schools, libraries, bookstores and community centres across the country. And some of them are CWILL BC members! Rachelle Delaney is touring Ontario; Dan Bar-el, … Continue reading

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Travels with Julie Lawson

In May, Julie Lawson attended gala celebrations in Toronto and Thunder Bay, where her book Ghosts of the Titanic was chosen as a Silver Birch Fiction Honour Book (one of the 3 finalists). About 1700 fans cheered the ten nominees … Continue reading

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Back from TD Canadian Children’s Book Week!

The following is a guest post by Eileen Cook. To learn more about Eileen and her books, please visit her website. So people have asked: how was Book Week? Awesome and exhausting, all at the same time. I kicked off … Continue reading

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Read a Story, Share a Book!

On May 8, 2012, Brian Deines, TD Canadian Children’s Book Week Touring Author, and Nancy Hundal, BC author and educator, will talk about the art of the picture book and the special relationships that exist between reader, story, and pictures. … Continue reading

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TD Canadian Children’s Book Week – Call for Applications

To celebrate TD Canadian Children’s Book Week, the Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) sends authors, illustrators, and storytellers on a cross-Canada tour to give readings, workshops and presentations to children in schools, libraries, community centres and bookstores. And you could … Continue reading

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