We will be updating our Attendee list in real time.
Here’s our list as of today, March 13, at 7:11pm EST:
We realize that KidLitCon 2019 is more than a year away, but some awesome people have committed to attending already!
- Mia Wenjen of PragmaticMom
- Charlotte Taylor of Charlotte’s Library
- Alex Baugh of Randomly Reading
- Aram Kim, author and illustrator of NO KIMCHI FOR ME and CAT ON THE BUS
- Debbi Michiko Florence, author of JASMINE TOGUCHI early chapter book series
- Carla Molina, Librarian
- Annie Lynn, AnnieBirdd Music
- Carolyn Wilhelm of Wise Owl Factory, teacher (NCTE)
- Barbara Dee, author of STAR-CROSSED, HALFWAY NORMAL, EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT YOU (out 6/19/18), HOW TO SURVIVE QUICKSAND (out fall 2019)
- Tracey Baptiste, author of THE JUMBIES, ANGEL’S GRACE, RISE OF THE JUMBIES, and several nonfiction books
- Josh Funk, author of many picture books including HOW TO CODE A SANDCASTLE, ALBIE NEWTON, DEAR DRAGON, IT’S NOT JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
- Nancy Tupper Ling, author of MY SISTER, ALICIA MAY, DOUBLE HAPPINESS, THE STORY I’LL TELL, THE YING-YANG SISTERS AND THE DRAGON FRIGHTFUL
- Anita Silvey, author of many nonfiction books including THE PLANT HUNTERS, CHILDREN’S BOOK-A-DAY ALMANAC, and UNTAMED: THE WILD LIFE OF JANE GOODALL
- Jannie Ho, illustrator of 50+ picture books and author/illustrator of BEAR AND CHICKEN.
- Sheela Chari, author of FINDING MIGHTY and VANISHED
- Marcie Rendon, author of POW WOW SUMMER and FARMER’S MARKET: FAMILIES WORKING TOGETHER
- Heather Lang, author of SWIMMING WITH SHARKS, ANYBODY’S GAME, FEARLESS FLYER and more
- Cheryl Lawton Malone, author of ELEPHANTS WALK TOGETHER and DARIO AND THE WHALE
- Sam Musher, Librarian
- Kara LaReau, author of THE INFAMOUS RATSOS ARE NOT AFRAID, NO SLURPING, NO BURPING! A TALE OF TABLE MANNERS, THE UNINTENTIONAL ADVENTURES OF THE BLAND SISTERS: THE JOLLY REGINA and more
KidLitCon 2019 will be held in Providence, Rhode Island
on March 22-23, 2019
at Hotel Providence in downtown Providence.
Our hashtag is: #KidLitCon2019
The theme is Reaching Readers.
Want to help shape our panels? Go here.