Author Margaret Peterson Haddix

“It’s always hard for me to choose just one book when I’m asked to name a favorite. Since I write for kids, for this poster I picked one of my favorites from when I was about twelve years old: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, by E.L. Konigsburg. I read this book many, many times as a kid, and always enjoyed the mystery, the intrigue, the notion of running away to a museum—and the way the kids in the book grow and change.”

– Margaret Peterson Haddix

Author Andrea Cheng

“A third grader asked me why my name was on the cover of WHERE THE STEPS WERE.

“Because I’m the author,” I said.

She shook her head. “Carmen, Dawn, Kayla, Jonathan, and Anthony wrote it.”

She thought the poems were actually written by the characters in the book.

That was the biggest compliment I ever got.”

– Andrea Cheng

Author Jaime Adoff

“Books don’t care what color you, what religion you are, where you come from or how much money your parents make. They are the great equalizer. There is nothing better than seeing a kid nose deep in a book because I know that just from the simple act of reading, their life will never be the same.”

-Jaime Adoff

Students at the Ohio State School for the Blind

Students at the Ohio State School for the Blind in their marching band uniforms with a Talking Book player and a favorite digital book Meet the Musicians: From Prodigy (or Not) to Pro by Amy Nathan.

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Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled

Student at the Ohio State School for the Blind with a Digital Talking Book player. The poster promotes the school, State Library of Ohio’s Talking Book Services and the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled.