Yes, apparently the black squirrel is the unofficial mascot of the school, and they are everywhere . . .
During the conference, we had an informal conversation with conference attendees. (Since it was informal, I felt compelled to sit on the stage floor.)
After a lovely lunch we checked out the bookstore . . .
Soon it was time for E.B. Lewis to speak. (E.B. and I are both on the SCBWI Board of Advisors.)
After the conference, we were fed again . . .
This time we got to see and explore the Reinberger Children's Library Center and the magnificent Marantz Collection of more than 21,000 picture books . . .
Imagine my surprise when I turned a corner and happened upon this . . .
Yep. That's right. It's K.T. Horning, director of the CCBC hard at work. Or so she said.
For more about the Virginia Hamilton Conference, check out Christina Getrost's blog for YALSA.
Wheeee -- STANFORD WONG FLUNKS BIG-TIME made Grace Lin's PBS Parents List of favorite Asian American books. To see the full list, CLICK HERE!
(Above: Grace and friends.)
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