Picturebooks use images and words to shift perspective in ways that open new possibilities in the lives of characters. These award-winning author/illustrators portray changing perspectives include self-acceptance, openness to new experiences, and differing viewpoints of the same experience.
|Education Room 353 (Seats 92, Wheelchair accessible)
|Sat, Mar 9, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
|Signing Area - Children (following presentation)
Rebecca Bach-Lauritsen is a best-selling Danish writer. She authored several acclaimed children's books after graduating from the Danish Academy for Children's Literature in 2010. Her books have been translated into multiple languages, and she has won several awards for her work writing and hosting a children's TV show for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation....
Vashti Harrison is the #1 New York Times best-selling creator of "Little Leaders," "Little Dreamers" and "Little Legends" and National Book Award Finalist "Big." She is the illustrator of Andrea Beaty's "I Love You Like Yellow," Matthew Cherry's "Hair Love" and Stephanie V....
Anna Margrethe Kjærgaard is a well-established Danish illustrator. She trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Design and Akademia Sztuk Pieknich in Poland. She has illustrated many books and is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Danish Ministry of Culture Illustrator Award....
Brendan Wenzel is a New York Times best-selling author and illustrator with great affection for all things furred, feathered and scaly. When not creating books for children, he is a proud collaborator with many groups working to protect and conserve wild places and creatures....