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The BosKidLit Author Events Master List of Links

I try to update my Boston Area children’s author events calendar every week. This sounds easy, but actually it’s time consuming and often a little bit tricky.

Here is the master list of websites that I pore through every week [edit 3/31/15: now monthly]. I thought someone else might find it useful. Please let me know of more websites I should bookmark.

Bookstores:

Barnes & Noble – Store and Event Locator Blue Bunny Books and Toys Special Events Blue Bunny Books & Toys Facebook Page Book Ends Winchester website Book Ends Winchester Facebook Page Brookline Booksmith Buttonwood Books & Toys The Concord Bookshop The Children’s Book Shop (Brookline) Facebook page The Elephant’s Trunk Facebook page Harvard Book Store The Harvard Coop Bookstore Newtonville Books New England Mobile Book Fair Pandemonium Books & Games Papercuts Porter Square Books Trident Booksellers & Cafe Wellesley Booksmith

Libraries* (alpha by town):

The Robbins Library (Arlington) Belmont Public Library Boston Public Library The Public Library of Brookline Home Page Cambridge Public Library (and Teen Room Facebook Page) Hingham Public Library Cary Memorial Library (Lexington) Somerville Public Library Wellesley Free Library

Other:

Boston.com Parent Buzz Blog Boston.com Literary Arts Events Wondermore (formerly The Foundation for Children’s Books) ICA Boston Lesley University events New England Aquarium lecture series The Writers’ Loft

* As you can see, I don’t have an exhaustive list of library websites, so do contact me if you hear of a library that regularly hosts children’s author events.

[last updated 10/8/15]

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