Our Great Reads/NBF video, featuring Kwame Alexander, can be viewed here:
It features a conversation between Kwame and Tasha Birckhead, public children's librarian, followed by Tasha reading and showing Undefeated.
We presented this as part of our Shelf Life series, so it was a live event with an archived video.
Jane B. Kulow
Director, Virginia Center for the Book
Virginia Humanities434 806-4004
Join us for Shelf Life at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays, via VaBook.org
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Subject: Examples of NBF Videos Produced by CSLs (not KidLit)1. Can someone let me know what is the deadline for producing a Video for the NBF?2. Are there examples of author / book videos produced by a State Library (not KidLit TV) solo?
Trying to see what we can come up with but really not sure what the parameters are and would like a bit more info before we register with Decibel.
Julianna RobbinsProgram ManagerCalifornia Center for the BookCalifornia Library AssociationFacebook & Instagram: @CaliforniaCenterfortheBookSlack: cacenterforthebook.slack.comMobile: 562-277-8168
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