Visiting and recording at Smithsonian Libraries. Here with Kim Alexander, Lilla Vekerdy (Library Goddess at the Dibner Library — one of 21 Smithsonian Libraries), and Katherine Neville.
In The Vault at the Cullman Library—Dr. Livingston’s rifle, Sir Richard Burton’s (explorer, not actor’s) etchings. Also, Isaac Newton’s “garden notes,” on a slip of folded paper at the Dibman Vault.
The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet! is getting a lot of love these days! Thank you so much for buying the book (it’s already in multiple printings!), reviewing it on your blogs and websites and for coming out to see Carmen speak. We love you!
A few recent reviews to check out:
Have you written a review about The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet! on your blog? Let us know if we missed it and we’ll be happy to share it!
We had a great time hanging out with our favorite blue library monster, Van! Check out the video below.
A HUGE Thank you to the Georgia Center for the Book for naming The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet! as one of 2017’s Books All Georgians Should Read. It is an honor to be in the company of so many other amazing books. Be sure to check them all out!
Carmen had an AMAZING visit at Macedonia Elementary School in Canton, GA! They were kind enough to share a few photos of their day with Carmen. If you have photos of your school visit with Carmen, or would like to bring her to your school, e-mail me at DeedyBooking@gmail.com. We would love to work with you!
Macedonia’s library was amazing!
You can’t have an amazing library without an incredible librarian. Thanks for everything, Jennifer!
The kids got a sneak peak at one of the manuscripts Carmen is working on. Kids give the best feedback! (They are VERY honest critics!)
This was such a wonderful school visit. Clearly, fun was had by all!
They kids really loved The Cheshire Cheese Cat!