My Latest Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Article Featuring Gene Luen Yang!

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Check out my latest Scholastic News Kids Press Corps article over at the Kids Press Corps Notebook blog!

Here is the Blurb –

“Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang is named the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.”

Click HERE to read the whole article!



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26 replies

  1. Magnificent, donutty buddy. Loved learning more about this fabulous graphic novelist. Reading Without Walls seems so appropriate. I love that. He is a thoughtful guy. Excellent article. 🙂 He seems so REAL in an age when not too much else seems that way.

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  2. Great article! I was fortunate enough to hear him speak at a Writer’s Conference. He was truly inspiring.

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  3. Gene is going to be doing a book tour in our area. We’ve put our school’s name into the “pot.” Hope we get chosen! Nice article, Erik! You’re an excellent journalist!

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  4. I haven’t been leaving my manuscript lately to pop over here, but I had to catch your latest Scholastic article. On my way there now…

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  5. Another super article, Erik! Gene loves what he does and it shows. He’ll be a wonderful ambassador.

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  6. Excellent writing! Your journalistic style is interesting and easy to follow.

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  7. What a great program! He seems like an excellent ambassador. You are becoming a very skilled writer/journalist.

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  8. What a wonderful article, Erik! Nicely done.

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  9. Great interview! You’re going places, kid.

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