Tuesday, June 26, 2007

ALA DC 07: The Books

Absolute Brightness by Lecesne
Almost Home by Blank
Annie On My Mind by Nancy Garden
Beastly by Alex Flinn
Beauty Shop for Rent by Bowers
Before, After and Somebody in Between by Garsee
Beige by Castellucci
Book Of A Thousand Days by Hale
Breathe My Name by Nelson
Clarabelle by Peterson
Don’t Call Me Ishmael by Bauer
Don’t You Forget About Me by Von Ziegesar
Flora Segunda by Wilce
Fly, Little Bird by Burke
Freak by Klause
Get Well Soon by Julie Halpern
Guyaholic by Carolyn Mackler
Hole In My Life by Gantos
How The Hangman Lost His Heart by Grant
I’ll Ask You Three Times, Are You OK? By Nye
Indigara by Tanith Lee
Invasion of the Road Weenies by David Lubar
Jinx by Meg Cabot
Lions Tigers And Bears by Hirschi
My Swordhand is Singing by Sedgwick
Right Behind You by Giles
Slam by Nick Hornby
Something Rotten by Meg Gratz
Story of a Girl by Zarr
The Boy in the Burning House by Tim Wynne Jones
The Chicken Dance by Couvillon
The Declaration by Malley
The Last Knight by Hilari Bell
The Rogues by Jane Yolen & Robert Harris
The Seems: The Glitch in Sleep by Hulme & Wexler
The Wild Girls by Pat Murphyt
Thirteen Reasons Why by Asher
What the Dickens by Maguire
Wired by Suen

9 comments:

Little Willow said...

I sound like that line from the movie BIG: "Want it, read it, liked it, need it, need it, read it, want it..."

:) :) Enjoy diving into this hearty stack o' books!

Jen Robinson said...

That is a serious stack of books. I'm torn between envy and thinking "wow, I'd be so stressed out if I felt like I had to actually read all of those books." But mostly envy. I'm going to ALA next year when it's in Anaheim, I think.

TadMack said...

It always amazes me that they just *give* you these things. Okay, you pay for the privilege by being part of the ALA, and paying the Conference fees. But -- wow. Books!!

You guys get Christmas/Hanukkah twice a year!!!!

TadMack said...

And ohhhhh, I just noted the Hilari Bell...

MotherReader said...

I was trying not to bring home a lot, but now I'm wishing I had a little more...

Great seeing you there! Wish we had more time together to chat. Another time.

Do give a report, at least of the Printz Awards and the YA breakfast. That's what I'm waiting to hear about.

Liz in Ink said...

Oh, I can just picture your bedside table buckling! What bounty!!! Can't wait to read your reviews :)

Liz B said...

I just wish I could sit and read and blog. But alas... I can't.

It is great seeing all those books, and it was an amazing conference with too little time. It felt like I barely got to say hi/bye to people.

And I am hoping to get the chance to blog some more this weekend about the conference and programs. And podcast! I'm on one of the ALA podcasts.

Jeannine said...

You have no idea how happy I am to see my book on that list. Thanks!

(((squeal)))

Jason said...

I am a new author who recently turned bedtime stories into a children’s book: John Fastramp and the Dakota 3000 Challenge (www.johnfastramp.com). The book is now available on Amazon, Borders.com and Abesbooks.com. My children loved these nightly bedtime stories about an amazing driver, his unique race car and his wonderful adventures. Years later, at the urging of friends and local parents I turned the stories into a manuscript. It was very well received by our local community. In addition, the manuscript became part of the 4th grade curriculum at our local school.

I am hoping to introduce other children to these stories. The kids in our local community love the story. Any ideas on how I can introduce moms and dads to this book for their kids?

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