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Authors Readers Theatre

Fiction

Interviewed by: Steve Kraske

Catalog Number: 20140829, 20130802

Richard Peck (A Year Down Yonder), Brian Selznick (The Invention of Hugo Cabret), Sarah Weeks (PIE), and Avi (Crispin: The Cross of Lead) discuss the Authors Readers Theatre (ART), their traveling company that has been performing children’s books on stage since 2009 in an effort to teach adults and children alike the magic of reading.  Interviewed by Steve Kraske of Kansas City's public radio program, Up To Date, these authors share their thoughts on writing, collaboration, and also perform Sarah Week’s story Woof: A Love Story.    

| Subject Matter: Children's Literature, Performance Reading | Interview Year: 2013 | Genre: Fiction |

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