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MARYLAND STUDENTS HONOR AUTHORS WITH BLACK-EYED SUSAN BOOK AWARDS
The Maryland Association of School Librarians (MASL) would like to congratulate the more than 50,000 Maryland students from 16 counties, Baltimore City and 39 independent schools that read and voted for this year's nominated Black-Eyed Susan books. The students selected the following books to receive this prestigious award:
MLA Goes to Sea in 2007 - It's not too late!
Canadian Literary Cruise - Sailing August 25 - August 30, 2007 from New York Harbor on the Victory - a Carnival Fun Ship
Join friends and family of the Maryland Library Association (MLA) as you sail along the scenic coastline of New England and Canada. Carnival's Victory is one of the world's largest and most popular cruise ships. Not only will you be able to participate in two mornings of exciting literary discussions open only to the MLA group, there will be fun literary events for us throughout the sailing. The ship also offers many things to do indoors and out. You couldn't choose a better floating resort to take you, your family and friends on this unique literary heritage journey to Canada with visits to some enchanting ports. Help us celebrate the written word and join us on this unique cruising adventure.
For more information including a flyer and registration form:
Mark Your Calendars for Upcoming
ALA Annual Conference
June 21-27, 2007
AASL 13th National Conference & Exhibition
October 25-28, 2007
The conference theme is "the future begins @ your library."
AASL launches blog
AASL has established a permanent weblog-AASLblog-to provide a focused and flexible format for information about programs, conferences, projects, resources, and activities of interest to AASL members and others in the K-12 library media community....
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