Save the Date! NCBLA Author Event Scheduled for Sept. 28 at An Unlikely Story Bookstore

Katherine Paterson, Steven Kellogg, and Patricia MacLachlan
Authors Katherine Paterson, Steven Kellogg, and Patricia MacLachlan

Join renowned authors for young people Katherine Paterson, Patricia MacLachlan, and Steven Kellogg on Wednesday, September 28 for How to Get Kids Excited About OUR WHITE HOUSE, Its Presidents, and the Election…An Unlikely Story.

Engage in a lively discussion with the authors about the NCBLA’s award-winning anthology Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out in this exclusive, nonpartisan event designed especially for teachers, librarians, and parents, to be held during the evening at An Unlikely Story Bookstore (created by Jeff Kinney) in Plainville, Massachusetts.

Don’t Miss Out!
The event is FREE, but you need a ticket to attend. To be sure you get an email invitation, sign up for the Unlikely Story Bookstore’s email list here.

The NCBLA and An Unlikely Story Bookstore are cosponsoring this event. More details will be announced soon. Please check this blog, the NCBLA Facebook page, and the events calendar of An Unlikely Story Bookstore for updates.

OWH Paperback Cover with borderOur White House: Looking In, Looking Out is the extraordinary, award-winning anthology that will ignite young people’s interest in our nation’s past, as well as provoke them to thoughtfully consider our future!

A creative tour de force, Our White House features the work of 110 award-winning contributors who donated original art, poetry, nonfiction, historical fiction, and personal essays to help the NCBLA promote both literacy and historical literacy. Equally suited for home and classroom use, Our White House is interdisciplinary in nature and multicultural in outlook. It stands on its own as an innovative concept covering 200 years of American history, but it also serves as a gateway book, inspiring young people to read more about our country’s rich heritage and culture. Our White House offers readers of all ages a vibrant way of looking at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – at the people who built it, have lived in it, and have been touched by it – and at the role we citizens have played in keeping it at the center of our astonishingly resilient and extraordinary democracy. This unprecedented anthology offers a dynamic view of American history that we hope will inspire young readers on their journeys to becoming the civic leaders of tomorrow!