Clémentine Beauvais, the multi-award-winning French novelist and literary translator, is speaking at Children’s Books Ireland’s Conference, Belonging, this September. From her mystery series, Sesame Seade, to her most recent romance novel, In Paris with You, Clémentine has demonstrated an incredibly versatile voice that not only speaks to a wide range of age groups, but also moves between languages. Having .
Celia Rees, the critically acclaimed author of seventeen young adult novels, is coming to this year’s Children’s Books Ireland’s Conference, ‘Belonging’. Rees may have not started out as a writer, spending several years working as an English teacher at Coventry secondary schools, but once she found her passion for storytelling there was no stopping her. Beginning with her first .
Kwame Alexander is a best-selling author, poet, and advocate for literacy. Starting from the ground up, Kwame started his career selling his books out of his car, only to work his way up to winning the Newbery medal for his verse novel The Crossover, which combines basketball with poetry in an engaging story for young readers. Despite facing multiple .
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