So how was that Children's Literary Cafe at New York Public Library on Saturday, November 7?
As someone sitting in the front of the room, it was terrific! It doesn't get any better than talking about something you feel passionate about: books, blogging, community. We only had an hour; and while we covered a lot of things, an hour is like a blink of the eye.
The photos were taken by Melanie Hope Greenberg and I copied them from Betsy at Fuse #8. Left to right, we are Betsy aka Fuse #8; Susan aka Chicken Spaghetti; me; Anne Boles Levy aka Cybils organizer; and Pam aka MotherReader.
The other panelists have written about the day: Fuse #8; MotherReader; and Anne Boles Levy.
Bookish Blather shares her experience as a member of the audience (and of course, based on her description, I'm trying to figure out who she was!)
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