The Green Bath
tells the tale of Sammy's thrilling times in the tub, giving bath time a whole new meaning.
Recipient of the David McCord Citation and the Regina Medal, Steven Kellogg has made many noteworthy contributions to children's literature.
Join Steven at our 2014 symposium.
Jepp, Who Defied the Stars
is the 2012 New York Times Notable Children's Book. It takes readers on a journey to the 16th century Spanish Netherlands.
Katherine Marsh won the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Mystery for The Night Tourist.
Hear the story behind her story at BYU's symposium.
A Foot in the Mouth
serves up a buffet of engaging poems waiting to be read aloud.
Check out Paul B. Janeczko's anthologies A Poke in the I and A Kick in the Head—both American Library Association Notable Children's Books.
Come rhyme with Paul at the BFYR symposium.
Kakapo Rescue: Saving the World's Strangest Parrot
is a recipient of the Robert F. Sibert Medal.
Meet Sy Montgomery, a Children's Book Guild Nonfiction Award recipient and the mastermind behind this story chronicling the effort to save these endangered "winged weirdos."
Join Sy at our symposium.
One Dead Spy
allows you to step into the shoes of a Revolutionary War American spy.
Nathan Hale has written and illustrated many children's books and is the illustrator of Eisner Award nominee Rapunzel's Revenge.
Hear him describe his historical namesake at this year's symposium.
The Scorpio Races
is a 2012 Michael L. Printz Honor Book. Race along the beaches of Thisby as Sean and Puck battle to be the water horse races champion.
Maggie Stiefvater is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Shiver, a young adult fantasy series.
Meet Maggie at our July symposium.
For librarians, teachers, parents, and anyone
who enjoys children's literatureAttend insightful presentations from featured artists and illustrators Have your favorite children's books personally autographed by this year's presentersChat with the authors and illustrators during informative breakout sessions Enjoy great food and stimulating conversation at the Virginia Sorensen Lecture and Dinner
Award-winning authors and illustrators sharing their perspectives on children's literature: