My Latest Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Article: The 2016 National Book Festival


I recently went to Washington, D.C. to cover the 2016 National Books Festival as a Scholastic News Kids Press Reporter!

Click HERE to read the whole story on the Kids Press Corps Notebook blog and check out a video of me interviewing the awesome authors Calvin Trillin, Sharon Robinson, Raina Telgemeier, and Pam Muñoz Ryan about their most recent books!

Me interviewing the Library of Congress' Chief Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian Jane Sanchez

Me interviewing the Library of Congress’ Chief Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian, Jane Sanchez

Categories: Newspaper Columns, Other Stuff Related to Books and Reading

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10 replies

  1. Great work Eric! You’re very impressive 🙂

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  2. Lucky you, Erik. What a nice article. You are quite the journalist. Great pictures of you. I enjoyed hearing the authors talk about their books. ECHO has to be my favorite read last year. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. What a great event! You did a fab job reporting too. I enjoyed the video of your interviews. It must have been exciting to be there.

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  4. Impressive! You are so lucky to go to ll these places. I wonder if Scholastic has an “Older person’s news corp” I could join. I love your stories, you are a good journalist.

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  5. Nice job, Erik! I enjoyed the article and the video interviews. I really need to read something by Raina Telgemeier.

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  6. Wow! That is really awesome–such an honor! Congratulations. 🙂

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