ILA 2019 CONFERENCE AUTHOR SIGNINGS, ARC GIVEAWAYS, & MORE!

Are you attending the International Literacy Association 2019 conference in New Orleans? Don’t miss your chance to get a book signed by your favorite author! Plus, visit Macmillan Children’s in Booth 400 to score ARCs + book swag!

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Don’t miss these special giveaways in Booth 400!

Friday October 11
4:00-6:00pm

Get your free copy of WRITING RADAR TEACHER’S EDITION by Jack Gantos!

“Teachers will also find Gantos’s breakdown on the creation of a story valuable for teaching critical reading as well as writing skills.”–VOYA, starred review


Friday October 11
4:00-6:00pm

It’s time to Tinker! Make! Engineer!
Want to incorporate project-based learning into your classroom? Learn more about TinkerActive workbooks + get a free sample activity from the TinkerActive English Language Arts workbooks for grades K-2, coming this December!


Don’t miss these author programs:

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 @ 11:00AM-12:00PM
Connecting Communities and Expanding Horizons Using Graphic Novels and Illustrated Texts in Content Area Learning

Location: Convention Center, Room 293
Featuring Nidhi Chanani, author and illustrator of PASHMINA

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 @ 3:00PM-4:00PM
Create a Thriving Culture of Literacy: Presenting Authors Whose Books Help Students Find “Self”, as Characters and Readers Share Similar Life Issues
Location: Convention Center, New Orleans Theater B

Featuring Dan Gemeinhart, author of THE REMARKABLE JOURNEY OF COYOTE SUNRISE

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 @ 11:00AM-12:00PM
Seeing Themselves On & Behind the Pages

Location: Convention Center Room 293
Featuring Nidhi Chanani, illustrator of I WILL BE FIERCE

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 @ 3:00-4:00PM
Creating a Culture of Literacy: Presenting Award-Winning Authors of Nonfiction, Whose Books Engage, Inspire, and Inform Readers, to Ignite Learning
Location: Convention Center, Room 293

Featuring David Macaulay, author and illustrator of CROSSING ON TIME

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 @ 5:00-6:00PM
What We Read Matters: Using YA Literature as An Agent for Change
Location: Convention Center, Room 388

Featuring Kekla Magoon, author of LIGHT IT UP