Marc Brown is the executive producer of “Arthur,” the longest-running animated children’s show in television history.
March 24, 2018 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Jameson Recital Hall (formerly Akers Auditorium)
Andrew S. Miller Center for Communication Arts
Presented by Asbury University School of Education and Kinlaw Library, in collaboration with Mazza Museum at Findlay University
General Admission: $100 (includes lunch)
Students: $60 (includes lunch)
Students: $50 (does not include lunch)
The first 75 to register will receive an autographed copy of Aaron Reynolds’ book, Chicks and Salsa.
Erin Barker is an illustrator and designer living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Peter Catalanotto has written 17 books for children, including “Ivan the Terrier”, “Matthew A. B. C.” and “Monkey & Robot.”
Marc Tyler Nobleman is the author of books for all ages including "Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman".
Aaron Reynolds is a New York Times Bestselling Author and has written many highly acclaimed books for kids, including “Caveboy Dave,” “Nerdy Birdy,” “Sea Monkey & Bob,” and the Caldecott Honor-winning “Creepy Carrots!”
Asbury Children’s Literature Conference is a one day conference to promote awareness of new youth literature (PK-12). Attendees will meet and learn from authors/illustrators about their creative process. There will be break-out sessions on incorporating children’s literature into the K-12 curriculum and educational programming led by in-service teachers, librarians, and storytellers. This conference will be helpful to teachers, librarians, pre-service teachers, and parents.