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March 2017

YA Travelogues Presents: Hillsborough County SLAM Showcase + Giveaway

If it wasn’t for schools and libraries in the area, it seems like we would have a Spring without any author events in the area. Luckily for us, we were invited to the Hillsborough County Public Schools 1st Annual Student Literacy and Media Showcase (SLAM) last week where we not only got to experience the creativity of Hillsborough County’s K-12 students, but got to visit with some of our favorite YA Authors.

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One To Watch Books: Your Guide to April YA Releases

April showers bring May flowers. ย But what will you be reading on those rainy days? We’ve gotย all the April books to choose from!

rainy day reading

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2nd Annual Trinity Preparatory Author Festival, April 7th

Trinity Preparatory School is presenting their Second Annual Author Festival! On April 7th, Trinity is bringing some of our favorite authors to Winter Park, Florida for an afternoon event you won’t want to miss. Jenn Marie Thorne, Lauren Gibaldi, Christina Farley, Lynne Matson, JJ Howard and many, many more! We’ve got everything you need to know to attend.

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Luck of the Irish: 7 YA Books from Ireland

It’s St. Patrick’s Day, the one day of the year when no matter where you’re from, you’re Irish. What better way to celebrate than with books from the Emerald Isle? We have 7 books from Irish authors.

 confused green the roots st patricks day james poyser GIF

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Beware The Ides of March: The Best Backstabby Books

For those of you not up on their history, March 15th is infamous as the day Julius Caesar was stabbed in the back. Repeatedly. Like 23 times. The Emperor was murdered by his own friends and son-in-law Marcus Brutus. The Ides of March reminds us how quickly one can go from friend to frenemy to foe. We’ve got Ides of March books to keepย you looking overย your shoulder.

Ides of March 2

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YA Travelogues Presents: An Afternoon with Ruta Sepetys

We couldn’t believe our luck when Largo Public Library announced that they were hosting an event with Ruta Sepetys, so we took a drive over on Saturday afternoon to meet her.

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