Posts Tagged: children’s literature

Make Way for Ducklings

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The Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) hosts a special exhibit to celebrate Hamilton, Ohio’s own author, Robert McCloskey. Make Way for Ducklings: The Art of Robert McCloskey opens July 20 and continues to Sept. 9.  Featuring the life of the Caldecott Medal-winning writer/illustrator of classic children’s books, a special focus is on the 1941 Make Way… Read more »

Blue Manatee Presents Author Kristi Wientge

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Head to blue manatee children’s bookstore (3094 Madison Road) on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. to meet author Kristi Wientge, who will discuss and sign her debut novel for ages 8 – 12, Karma Khullar’s Mustache.  A Lebanon, Ohio, native, Wientge has lived in China and England as a teacher, and currently calls Singapore… Read more »

Kids’ Reality Books

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How can a mom, an 8-year-old, and paper towels impact the lives of children? They can create a life-changing solution focused book series. When Kellen Montgomery told his mother, Dwylett, that he hated reading, she was stymied. Reading is a great love of hers and she understands reading’s intrinsic value. Dwylett immediately sought an innovative… Read more »

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