Story As the Landscape of Knowing
November 20-23, 2014 | Gaylord National Resort
Join your colleagues and friends as we examine the power of story as the landscape within which we map the significance of experience and build towers of knowledge.
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Look through the online convention program for sessions of interest to you. Session codes A-E are on Friday, F-K are on Saturday, and L-N are on Sunday. Specific times and rooms will be added soon.
Elementary events include:
- Elementary Get-together on Thursday evening from 4:30-6:00 p.m. featuring the Outstanding Educator Award winners Heidi Mills and Tim O'Keefe and children's author Carmen Agra Deedy.
- Books for Children Luncheon on Saturday from 12:30-2:30 p.m. features children's authors as table hosts, the Orbis Pictus Award winners, announcement of the 2015 Poetry Award winner, introduction of the Charlotte Huck Award, and featured speaker author Jacqueline Woodson. (tickets required)
- Children's Literature Assembly Breakfast on Sunday from 7:00-9:15 a.m. featuring author and illustrator Jon Klassen. (tickets required)
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