Capitol Choices members and affiliates are invited to attend the Coretta Scott King Book Awards Spotlight: Unspeakable The Tulsa Race Massacre with author Carole Boston Weatherford on May 23rd, 2022. Head to the ALA e-learning website to register. It is free to register and attend. "Do not miss what is sure to be a riveting, … Continue reading Coretta Scott King Book Awards Spotlight: Unspeakable The Tulsa Race Massacre
Capitol Choices is delighted to announce that our 2022 List of recommended reading for kids and teens is now available for download. We appreciate all the work our members put in to reading and sharing books this year. Congratulations to all of the authors, illustrators, and publishing teams behind the 100 new and noteworthy titles. Capitol … Continue reading The 2022 List is Now Available!
WETA is hiring a Director for AdLit.org. For information about the position, visit: https://weta.org/about/careers/jobs/director-adlitorg
An Open Book Foundation invites Capitol Choices and the community to attend their virtual 10th anniversary celebration on Thursday, June 3, 6:00 pm EST. Registration is free, donations optional. A silent auction with literary items will run in advance of the event with winners announced live, and a raffle is open to all attendees. Additional … Continue reading AOB turns 10
The University of Maryland College of Information Studies invites all to attend the MacLeod Lecture on May 2, 2021 via Zoom at 5 p.m. EST. This year's lecture, "Queer and Queerer: 50 Years of LGBTQIA+ Representation in Books for Young People," will offer a survey and conversation between Sarah Moon and Arthur A. Levine. For … Continue reading UMD’s MacLeod Lecture: Queer and Queerer