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  • The Strange Disappearance of ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Black Books for Black Kids A Phenom of Authors → The Strange Disappearance of ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Kenny Brechner August 11th 2016 5 Replies Tweet 
    01/17/2018
  • 20th Anniversary! | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Jammie Night 2016 The Flying Pig Flaps Its Way to 20 Years → 20th Anniversary Josie Leavitt November 22nd 2016 7 Replies Tweet Twenty years ago
    01/17/2018
  • Summer Reading Time | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Where There’s a Will Oh to Work in Publishing in the Summer → Summer Reading Time Josie Leavitt June 10th 2011 8 Replies Tweet I might be a
    01/17/2018
  • Write or Die, and Freedom | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← The Power of the Regionals Teens and Shelftalkers → Write or Die and Freedom Elizabeth Bluemle February 19th 2010 8 Replies Tweet Here are
    01/17/2018
  • Great Beginnings | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← When a Bookstore Closes Kids and Books A Happy Pairing → Great Beginnings Elizabeth Bluemle March 8th 2012 6 Replies Tweet Last year I did a bl
    01/17/2018
  • More Ways to Bring Books to Your Home | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Another Way of Working with Teachers A Cautionary Tale → More Ways to Bring Books to Your Home Alison Morris July 30th 2010 8 Replies Tweet 
    01/17/2018
  • A Different Kind of Big Box Bookstore | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← This Is Only a Test Santa’s Watching and Tails Are Wagging → A Different Kind of Big Box Bookstore Elizabeth Bluemle December 5th 2017 6 Replies Tweet 
    01/17/2018
  • Santa’s Watching, and Tails Are Wagging | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← A Different Kind of Big Box Bookstore After ‘The Dust’ Settled → Santa’s Watching and Tails Are Wagging Cynthia Compton December 6th 2017 Leave a reply Tweet
    01/17/2018
  • Oh, the Agony | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← To Market To Market A Perfectly Arugula Tea Party → Oh the Agony Josie Leavitt May 18th 2009 12 Replies Tweet This is a quick post I’d writ
    01/17/2018
  • HOORAY for We Need Diverse Books! | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← What Does Our Trade Show Say About Us In Small Business the Professional IS Personal → HOORAY for We Need Diverse Books Elizabeth Bluemle May 1st 2014 2 Replies Tweet
    01/17/2018
  • Can Kobo Level the Playing Field? | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← High Wind Shopping Sandy Relief + F2B + Island Discovery + New Visions Award → Can Kobo Level the Playing Field Josie Leavitt November 1st 2012 7 Replies Tweet
    01/17/2018
  • Tinsel and Lists | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← The 2017 Stocking Stuffer of the Year Award Reading Is a Team Sport → Tinsel and Lists Cynthia Compton November 29th 2017 1 Reply Tweet  
    01/17/2018
  • This Is Only a Test | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Reading Is a Team Sport A Different Kind of Big Box Bookstore → This Is Only a Test Leslie Hawkins December 4th 2017 2 Replies Tweet In her
    01/17/2018
  • A Peek into Winter Institute | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Blogging in Memphis A Winter Institute Panel of Moment → A Peek into Winter Institute Cynthia Compton January 24th 2018 1 Reply Tweet I’m joining f
    04/10/2018
  • When Damage Hurts | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Catching Fire Before Dawn Our ‘Catching Fire’ Party → When Damage Hurts Josie Leavitt September 2nd 2009 1 Reply Tweet There is a very live ly
    01/17/2018

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