Here is a link to a nice mention in New York Family:
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Daily Candy included Bad Apple as part of their "Back-to-School Books--16 reads to fire up young minds" segment. To see the page, follow this horrifically long link:
Monday, September 10, 2012
|Location:||Cedarburg Cultural Center, W62 N546 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, WI 53012|
If you are going to be in Wisconsin in mid-October, you might want to visit beautiful Cedarburg to participate in a workshop with Ed:
The Cedarburg Cultural Center (CCC) invites kids and families to meet New York author and illustrator Edward Hemingway and participate in an engaging art workshop with him. Hemingway will read his book to the audience, sign coipies and conduct an art workshop for kids in which they can learn how to create and draw the characters in the book.
Hemingway's book, "Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship," is about friendship and bullying.
Hemingway lives in Brooklyn, NY, and is the grandson of celebrated author Ernest Hemingway.
There are two admission packages for this event which is brought to you by Next Chapter Bookshop in partnership with the CCC: #1 includes admission to the even for one child and one adult, one autographed copy of the book, an art class wit craft led by the author/illustrator (materials provided) and a special storytime reading. ($23 + tax). #2 includes admission for one family (max. 5 persons living at the same address), one autographed copy of the book, an art class with craft led by the author/illustrator (materials included) and a special storytime reading. ($30 + tax). To purchase tickets for this event call 262-375-2676 or visit www.cedarburgculturalcenter.org.To see their site for yourself, go here: http://www.cedarburg.org/Event-Detail.asp?EventID=1128
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Bad Apple got a nice review in Booklist, run by the American Library Association. This is probably the last big reviewer to put in it's 2 cents.. (up there with Kirkus, Publisher's Weekly, NYTimes, and School Library Journal).