Latina writer of books for kids of all ages.

poster_enlargeA quick post to say muchisimas gracias to the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, which will be part of the 2013 National Book Festival September 21 – 22. This year, the Foundation has selected Tía Isa Wants a Car to represent Virginia at the Pavilion of the States.  How’s THAT for a surprise?

Here’s the press release. [VFH Invited to National Book Festival.]

The National Book Festival will be held on the mall in Washington DC.  Free and open to the public…just a gigantic gathering of book lovers. I’ll be at the tent for a little while on Saturday enjoying the joyous mayhem. Otherwise, you’ll find me strolling around and catching some of my favorite authors. (That, and buying too many books, as usual!)  Amazing lineup, to be sure.

See you there!tia_isa

Comments on: "See you at the Nat’l Book Festival!" (5)

  1. Ann Dallman said:

    Congratulations on this new honor! I’m at Highlights/Whole Novel Workshop this week. It’s lovely to think back to last summer when we head you speak about this book and now…wow! Ann D.

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  2. Yay, the National Book Festival! Yay, Meg! Fabulous news. I love that book. And you!

  3. congratulations, Meg!! Wonderful news for you and your beautiful book!

  4. DiLandro kimberly said:

    My goodness Meg how I want to go to this every year and something else gets in the way first. UGH! Looks like a great time.

    Would you ever consider coming to a girl scout event in New Kent and discussing the power of women in print? If so what do you charge and what is your schedule like?

    Thanks Kimberly

  5. ramia estevez loma azul said:

    Hola Meg quisiera saber por favor si yo como autora podra participar en este festival estar en Richmond Virginia en sep. 9 promocionando mi libro Loma azul y exhibiendo mi museo campesino…este libro esta editado en espaol.. gracias. Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2013 12:19:18 +0000 To: ramia_estevez@hotmail.com

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