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  • May 23, 2016
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A message from Sharon B. Phillips, New York State Library, Division of Library Development Summer Reading Program Coordinator

On Friday, May 13, 2016 Kate DiCamillo, 2016-2017 Summer Reading Champion, presented a webcast and Q&A with students and schools from around the country. The webcast was hosted by the Edgewood School in Woodridge, IL.

Kate spoke about the benefits of libraries and summer reading, her new book Raymie Nightingale, as well as her career as an author. Many of you wished to attend the webcast, but were unable to do so due to scheduling conflicts.

So if you missed it or want to share it with a group, the webcast is now archived and available for viewing at http://kinber.njvid.net/show.php?pid=njcore:85382&retc=njcore:64035 or on http://kinber.org/kate-dicamillo/.  It can also be accessed from the Collaborative Summer Library Program or CSLP website at http://www.cslpreads.org/   In addition to watching the webcast, you can read live tweets from the interview at: https://twitter.com/hashtag/katedicamillolive Both the webcast and tweets may be shared on your school or library website.