Princeton Children’s Book Festival

Celebrating its 9th year, the Princeton Children’s Book Festival provides children, and bigger children like myself, the opportunity to meet some of their all-time favorite authors and illustrators, to learn about their craft, and to pray that their credit cards won’t exceed their credit limits because they’ve bought so many books. 🙂

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And here are some photographic highlights of this year’s festival:

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John Bemelmans Marciano

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 Laurie Calkhoven

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Ammi-Joan Paquette

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Floyd Cooper 

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Me & Leeza Hernandez 

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Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen 

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 Zachariah Ohora

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 Peter Brown 

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Corey Rosen Schwartz

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Dave Roman 

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Sophie Blackall

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Dan Yaccarino

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Brian Floca 

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Tad Hills

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Lauren Castillo

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Adam Lehrhaupt

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 Shhh! You didn’t see me.

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Ame Dyckman

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Donna Marie 

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Charise Harper 

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 Debbie Dadey 

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Nancy Viau

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Matt Phelan 

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Michelle Knudsen 

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Jon Scieszka

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Maryrose Wood

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Alison Ashley Formento

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Tommy Greenwald

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I had an awesome, amazing, super, wonderful, very, very good day at the Princeton Children’s Book Festival! And I’m looking forward to next year’s festival—especially as an author with my own books on the way in 2015! Woo-hoo! 🙂

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21 comments on “Princeton Children’s Book Festival

  1. Robin!!! Wow, you’re fast! lol I LOVE your pictures! They came out SO good! I loved seeing you today, even if it was only for a few minutes 🙂 I was shocked just now seeing my face in a line-up like this! (Which face doesn’t belong here? lol) It’s actually not a bad pic though! Maybe I’ll use it on my blogs instead of the quick one I had my son take for launch lol

    Seeing your post here is the perfect way to be continuing a day I didn’t really want to end! Yay! And when I get through my pics, I think I’ll post any good ones since I now actually have a blog to do it on 🙂 Thanks for sharing—and so quickly! 😀 ((hugs))

  2. Robin, you are awesome! I feel like I’m living vicariously through you thanks to all of your wonderful photos. No doubt you will be on the other side of the table and posing for photos instead of taking them, very soon.

    • Lauri, Glad you like the post. Hoping to get over to the Brooklyn Book Festival tomorrow! And soon enough you’re also going to be on the other side of the table signing autographs. I can’t wait to read your book! 🙂

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