EventsDía Celebration with Tae Keller

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Día Celebration with Tae Keller

10:30 AM – 11:15 AM


Please join us for a conversation with author Tae Keller, winner of the 2021 Newbery Medal for her book, “When You Trap A Tiger,” described as a “masterpiece of magical realism” and one that “brings Korean folklore to life.” The Newbery Medal recognizes the best in children’s literature for the previous year and is presented by the American Library Association.

Tae’s visit is in observance of Día de los Niños Día de los Libros/Children’s Day Book Day (also known simply as Día), a celebration of children, the love of reading, and families of all backgrounds that takes place annually on April 30th.

Sponsored by REFORMA (the National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos & the Spanish Speaking), the Washington chapter of REFORMA & Co-sponsored by King County Library System, Seattle Public Library & Sno-Isle Public Library System. 

Acompáñenos para una charla con la autora Tae Keller, ganadora de la Medalla Newbery del 2021 por su libro titulado ¨When You Trap a Tiger¨ Cuando Atrapas Un Tigre, descrito como una magnífica obra del realismo mágico y que revive el folklore Coreano.

La visita de la autora es en observancia del Día de los Niños/Día de los Libros, que celebra la niñez, el amor de la lectura, y familias de toda clase y que se celebra cada año el 30 de abril.

Patrocinado por REFORMA, la sección de Washington de REFORMA & Co-patrocinado por Bibliotecas del Condado King, La Biblioteca Pública de Seattle Las Bibliotecas Públicas del Condado de Sno-Isle.

This event will be recorded for later viewing on the Sno-Isle Libraries YouTube channel.

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