All Ages

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

San Diego

Wow. Has it really been a month since I last posted? It's been a bit of a harrowing few weeks for me. I was involved in a hit and run accident and my car was destroyed. I then fell prey to a nasty flu virus that kept me out of commission for week. But now, all will be better with San Diego upon us.

I'll be wandering around the show mostly looking for cool talent for Graphix but I will also be hosting a panel on Saturday July 16th between 3-4pm on the new upcoming titles in the Graphix line. I hope to see you all there.

Here's the official info from the program schedule:
3:00-4:00 Graphix: Bringing Great Comics to Kids!—It all began with Jeff Smith's Bone, and now Scholastic is excited to announce the newest books in their line of original graphic novels for kids. Get the lowdown on Graphix from senior vice-president Jean Feiwel and VP/creative director David Saylor and hear all about upcoming titles from Raina Telgemeier (The Baby-Sitters Club) and Chynna Clugston (Queen Bee). Hosted by Scott Robins. Room 7B

Cheers!

3 Comments:

  • Scott,

    Sorry to hear about your accident, the same thing happened to me a few weeks back. Good luck and have fun in San Diego!

    ADD

    By Blogger ADD, at 4:45 PM  

  • Scott,
    Thank you so much for hosting the panel at the San Diego Comic book convention. It is always nice to have some people who realize the value of comics in the classroom. I am excited to see what Graphix is doing for the kids of America. As a 6th grade teacher I would be more than happy to give you a voice from the classroom as to how the titles are being recieved. I have my own copy of Queen Bee which will be introduced in my classroom on the first day that the students walk in August 15th. I hope to keep this up with even more titles to come. I also have Graphix tatoos to have all my students wear so your company will become more well known. Keep up the great work that you are doing.

    By Blogger Mrs Lefty, at 1:00 AM  

  • This was nice!

    By Anonymous ExplorerD, at 1:49 PM  

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