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CWILLers at WORD Vancouver 2022 Festival!
The amazing folks at WORD Vancouver Festival have put together over a week of free literary programming this year and we’re celebrating with a giveaway! UPDATE: NOW CLOSED Congrats to our online and day-of prize winners Khatija, Mansoum, and Pamela! … Continue reading
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World Read Aloud Day 2022
Join us on February 2, 2022 from 11-11:45 a.m. PST for a free virtual reading and Q&A in support of the 13th annual World Read Aloud Day and don’t forget to enter our giveaways OR book a free mini talk for your school, library or book group! Continue reading
Posted in activities for kids, classroom activities, contests, CWILL BC news & events, festivals, juvenile fiction, libraries & librarians, library visits, literacy, literary events, novels, picture books, presentations, readings, school visits, World Read Aloud Day, World Read Aloud Day Tagged elementary, elementary presentation, free, giveaway, Jami Gigot, junior high, K-6, K.A. Wiggins, Mahtab Narsimhan, Mark David Smith, middle grade, middle school, picture book, presentation, prize, reading, school presentation, school visit, virtual reading, Word Vancouver, wrad, zoom Leave a comment
Kah-Lan and the Stink-Ink Virtual Book Events
“Karen Autio has that great gift, which is to write a gripping story with a streamlined, yet richly specific vocabulary. I so enjoyed the physicality of Kah-Lan’s swimming and diving and grooming. This story of a young sea otter is … Continue reading
Wishes Come True at St. Francis Xavier
Over the past four years, Glen Huser has served as writer-in-residence for grade four classes in a series of pre-Christmas workshops at St. Francis Xavier Elementary in Vancouver. The students develop a story plan which involves deciding on a central … Continue reading
START THE PRESSES! – The latest news from CWILL BC writers and illustrators
CWILL Member News for March 2014 Karen Autio’s first picture book GROWING UP IN WILD HORSE CANYON has been accepted for publication by Sono Nis Press. Karen’s Vancouver Island book tour is set for April 7-11, 2014. In her school … Continue reading
Posted in CWILL BC news & events, juvenile fiction, latest news, new publications, novels, picture books, presentations, readings, school visits, Uncategorized, young adult literature Tagged Becky Citra, Caroline Woodward, Danika Dinsmore, Darlene Foster, Eileen Kernaghan, Glen Huser, Holman Wang, Irene N. Watts, Jacqueline Pearce, Joan Betty Stuchner, Karen Autio, Lori Sherritt-Fleming, Mary Jane Muir, Sara Leach, Suzanne de Montigny, Wendy Phillips Leave a comment
CWILL BC and Books For Me!
CWILL BC has recently partnered with Books for Me!, a charity which collects books from schools, families, community, and business organizations and distributes these books to children who need them. In early January, Books for Me! was able to bring … Continue reading
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