Latina writer of books for kids of all ages.

Campus - Fountains - 0013I took a beautiful ride to Farmville, VA last week to be part of Longwood University’s Summer Literacy Institute. What can you say about a couple hundred teachers, librarians, and library science students gathering in the summer to study strategies for helping people fall in love with reading? These are educators with true passion for books and kids.

After the regional authors presented on Friday morning, we had a chance to workshop with the participants on a topic of our choice. (My session was on making zines with kids.)

A.B.Westrick admiring a poster about her debut novel, Brotherhood

A.B.Westrick admiring a poster about her debut novel, Brotherhood

An unexpected treat was seeing how the library science students researched our work and created posters.Poster for Meg Medina books

One of the posters for my work included links to two original trailers for my books. Here are the Vimeo links Melissa Hanes’ trailers for  Tia Isa Wants a Car and Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass. Thank you, Melissa! It was fun to see your mini-movies!

All in all, it was a beautiful experience, so thank you Professors Wendy Snow, Francis Reeves, Audrey Church and friends.) Big shout out, too, for  L.M. Elliott, and Jason Wright, new author friends from Virginia.

Happy summer!

 

 

 

 

Comments on: "Fan trailers: Thanks Melissa Hanes!" (2)

  1. What a fun time. Enjoyed the videos. Have put Yaqui Delagado on hold at the library. It must be popular because I’m 2 of 2 holds.

  2. […] Get the full story at: Meg Medina […]

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