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Fall Into Books Conference

 

Date: Friday, October 17, 2014
Location: Ramada Fishkill
(542 Route 9, Fishkill, NY 12524)

Keynote Speaker: Mark Siegel
Author Presentation: Patricia Reilly Giff
Local Authors: Renee Pearce & Kaylin Ruffino | Stefan Bolz | Jacqueline Dooley

Book Discussion Groups and Daily Schedule

Registration information: Registration Form
(includes book order form)
Early Bird Registration - $50 - Postmarked by July 25
Regular Registration - $65 - Postmarked by September 19
NO PURCHASE ORDERS ACCEPTED.
WE REGRET REFUNDS ARE NOT POSSIBLE

Staying Overnight
Come the night before; rooms available Thursday, October 16th.
$99 plus taxes / per room per night.

For reservations call the Ramada Fishkill directly at 845-896-6281 and reference the Fall into Books group discount.

Ulster BOCES is NOT accepting any checks/payments for lodging.


Fall Into Books Annual Children's and Young Adult Literature Conference is sponsored by:
Dutchess BOCES School Library System
Orange-Ulster BOCES School Library System
Rockland BOCES School Library System
Sullivan BOCES School Library System
Ulster BOCES School Library System
Ramapo Catskill Library System
Mid-Hudson Library System

This conference is held annually in the late fall. The schedule for the day is similar from year to year: book sales, kickoff speaker, two 1-hour book discussion sessions (ranging from picture books to books for teens), lunch, keynote author presentation and author signing. There are other times during the day when books may be purchased as well. Attendees are able to pre-order books by the featured author by filling out a form on the registration sheet, insuring that the books they wish to buy will be available at the Conference. NOTE: We will not be able to accept payment by credit card; only cash or checks will be accepted.

 

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