OBTW

Oh, By the Way…

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Book Spine Poetry

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I Will Save You

Mexican Whiteboy

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The Queen of Water

Cloaked

Carter’s Big Break

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Fade to Black

Paper Valentine

Let The Sky Fall

Diva

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Rootless

In the Memory of the Map

Fat Angie

Missed Connections

To do your own book spine poetry, just take some books and stack them so their spines create poetry! You can create anything you want! Try it out and comment the poem on our blog to share the fun!!!

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Litworks 2013

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Matt de la PenaBall Don’t Lie, Mexican White Boy, We were Here, I Will Save You

Jennifer BradburyWrapped, Shift

Brent CrawfordCarter Finally Gets it, Carter’s Big Break Carter’s Unfocused, One-Track Mind

Alex FlinnBeastly, Beastly: Lindy’s Diary, Bewitching, Cloaked, A Kiss in Time, Fade to Black, Diva, Breaking Bad, Breathing Underwater, Nothing to Lose

Laura ResauThe Jade Notebook, The Indigo Notebook, The Ruby Notebook, What the Moon Saw, Red Glass, Queen of Water

Mark CrilleyBrody’s Ghost vol, 1-3; Miki Falls: Spring, Miki Falls: Summer, Miki Falls: Autumn, Miki Falls: Winter, Akiko on the Planet Smoo

Litworks is on April 6th- 9:30 am to 4:00 pm at Eisenhower Library

***Students in grade school and high school get in for free, adults must pay $5.00

About Litworks:

Litowrks is a teen reading workshop where teens and adults can come and meet amazing authors. The workshop begins at 9 am and starts with an open author panel that allows everyone to hear about the authors and their writings, as well as ask questions. We move from Eisenhower to Ridgewood high school (rides will not be provided) where there will be pizza, soft drinks and water. After lunch the authors will have their own panels where everyone can go and listen to their works and ask even more questions. There will be 45 minutes for each of the three sessions. After all the sessions are through everyone will meet in the school library for an all author book signing session. At the book signing, you can also buy the books of your favorite authors and get them signed.

For more information about the authors and the workshop, go to: http://ridgewood.cyberschool.com/District/Department/98-Library/1928-Litworks.html

Anonymous Writer’s Challenge

Aneta’s job was to write something with a kid and his grandfather in an attic with a case of soda.  Here’s what she came up with . . .

Get lost in a World of Wonder! (ahem…a library?)

“Books may well be the only true magic.” – Alice Hoffman

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