Booktalking Workshop with Sonja Cole

Braving the wind and rain last weekend, an intrepid band of librarians passed a lovely day with Sonja Cole of Materials from the presentation were available here until May 1, 2010, for all NYCSLA members; workshop participants may email to receive copies after that date.  Also, any participants who would like to share the booktalks they wrote during the workshop (either their one-sentence booktalks or their longer presentations), please add them in the comments.

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4 Responses to Booktalking Workshop with Sonja Cole

  1. Melissa says:

    Here are some of my one-sentence booktalks from the workshop:

    “Evil hot fairies!” (Tithe and sequels by Holly Black)
    “Want to find out how fast food can kill you?” (Chew on This by Eric Schlosser)
    “How can Matthew keep his little sister safe from their mother if she refuses to follow the rules?” (The Rules of Survival by Nancy Werlin)

  2. Cheryl says:

    Jeremy Fink goes on an adventure to find the missing key to the locked box with the engraving, “The Meaning of Life.” (Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life)

  3. Meridith says:

    During World War II, people in Russia were so desparate and starving that they ate their own pets.(City of Theives, Dan Benioff)

  4. Frank Minaudo says:

    Hi there. I attended Sonja’s 3/13 book talk workshop.

    Does anyone have Sonja’s email or contact info?

    I need to ask her a question concerning that workshop.

    My email is

    Thanks in advance.

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