KidLit TV’s Live Stream Read Aloud

I’m a tad late to the party in posting about this AMAZING event hosted by KidLit TV, but better late than never.

March is National Reading Awareness Month and to celebrate KidLit TV invited authors and illustrators to read their picture books for their first Live Stream Read Aloud Marathon on Friday, March 3, 2017.

The Read Aloud received over 3,000 views and was featured in Publisher’s Weekly column, In Brief.

Below are a few photographic highlights:

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Rocco Stanno and Katya Szewczuk

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Cynthia Weill and Orel Protopopescu

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Laurie Wallmark 

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Roxie Munro, Barbara McClintock and Elizabeth Upton

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Kat Yeh

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Me, Laurie Wallmark and Orel Protopopescu

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Roxie Munro and Carol Weston 

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Julie Gribble 

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Steve Light 

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Selene Castrovilla

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Me and Rosanne Kurstedt

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Kelly Light

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Susanna Reich

Katya Szewczuk and Laurie Wallmark 

That’s one scary witch! 

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Erica Rand Silverman and David Weinstone 

Orel Protopopescu, Cynthia Weill and Susanna Reich 

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Rosanne Kurstedt 

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Laura Sassi 

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The Reading Ninjas 

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Ender, a super adorable Reading Ninja, reading Hildie Bitterpickles Needs Her Sleep.

 (This made my day!) 

A GINORMOUS THANK YOU to the amazing Julie Gribble, Erica Rand Silverman, Katya Szewczuk, Rocco Staino, and to everyone at KidLit TV who made this extraordinary celebration of reading so very special. Happy Reading!

 

 

 

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