Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Children’s Literature Roundtables of Canada THE 2014 INFORMATION BOOK AWARD WINNER

The Children’s Literature Roundtables of Canada Are Proud to Announce…
THE 2014 INFORMATION BOOK AWARD WINNER:


Pedal It! How Bicycles are Changing the World
By Michelle Mulder
Published by
Orca Books



HONOR BOOK: Pay It Forward Kids:
Small Acts, Big Change
By Nancy Runstedler
Published by
Fitzhenry &
Whiteside

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Next Meeting, Monday, December 1st 2014

Join us for A Brush full of Colour! Monday, December 1st at Saanich Centennial Branch Library, Greater Victoria Public Library. 3110 Tillicum Rd. (by Pearkes Arena)

November – social event and talk about books!




Wednesday, November 19, 5:30-7:00 pm
Glo Restaurant and Lounge, 104-2940 Jutland Road, Selkirk Waterfront

Everyone Welcome! Separate tabs!
Bring along some of your recent favourite books for kids or teens to talk about. 

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Next Meeting: Monday, October 20th 2014



Victoria Children’s Literature Roundtable Monday, October 20, 7:30-8:30 pm Saanich Centennial Branch, Greater Victoria Public Library, 3110 Tillicum Road (by Pearkes Arena) Doors open at 7:00: Browse books for sale by School House Teaching Supplies


Everyone Welcome!
$5 drop-in. Members FREE (Memberships $25/year). Pay at the door.


Special Guest:  Author Michelle Mulder

How do you create engaging and informative books for young people? Join award-winning author Michelle Mulder as she shares her process from research to polished publication.  Michelle is the author of a dozen books for young people, including picture books, junior fiction and several nonfiction books in the Orca Footprints collection.  This presentation will focus on Pedal It! How Bicycles are Changing the World, a passionate narrative about the power of pedaling, both locally and globally.

ALSO: Vote for the 2014 Children’s Literature Roundtables of Canada Information Book Award

2014 Finalists:
•    Before the World Was Ready: Stories of Daring Genius in Science  by Claire Eamer. (Annick Press) •    Follow Your Money by Kevin Sylvester and Michael Hlinka. (Annick Press) •    Looks Like Daylight by Deborah Ellis. (Groundwood Books) •    Pay It Forward Kids: Small Acts, Big Change  by Nancy Runstedler.(Fitzhenry & Whiteside) •    Pedal It! How Bicycles are Changing the World by Michelle Mulder. (Orca Book Publishers)