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6-8-2010 Miscellany

* Check out MamaSez, an excellent blog on children's literature and children's theater in Singapore by children's book author Sangeetha Madhavan!

* Congratulations to Singaporean children's book author Emily Lim! Her picture book Bunny Finds the Right Stuff (Mustard Seed Books, 2009) has just won a silver medal at the 2010 Independent Publisher Book Awards. =D

* I was a guest blogger at Multiculturalism Rocks!, a wonderful blog on multicultural children's books by children's and YA fiction writer Nathalie Mvondo. Click here if you are interested in reading my guest post.

* I posted more pictures from the Asian Festival of Children's Content at Color Online, a blog on women writers of color for kids, teens, and adults.

* The awesome Mardel of Rabid Reader has given me a "Cute Blogger Award." Awww, thank you so much, Mardel.

* I'm so sorry I haven't been able to blog much lately. I'm busy working on a really important children's and YA book project. I hope to be able to tell you all about it soon! Thank you so much for your patience.

Comments

  1. Hi Tarie,

    you're a well of information! I always learned much when I visit your blog(s). Thanks again so very much for the guest post, which initiated quite a conversation on cultural representation in kid lit within the writing community.

    Congrats as well on your decision to attend Grad school full time; how exciting! :D

    And... really can't wait to read aaaaalllll about the book project you mentioned. I hope it is what I think it might be. :D

    Cheers,

    N.

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  2. Hi, Nathalie! I was actually tempted to email you about the project, but I'm going to be a good girl and keep the secret. It isn't what you think. LOL! But I know that you will still like it. ;)

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  3. Thanks for the links. You always have great information, and I see you network a lot to bring us news on the multicultural front.

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