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Speaking at UELMA and PLA

I just returned from a three day trip to Utah and Indiana.  In Utah I was the keynote speaker a the Utah Educational Library Media Association (UELMA).  Right after that event on Thursday I flew to Indianapolis for the Public Library Association conference (PLA) to speak at 7:00am on Friday.  And then home again after a mere 18 hours in Indiana.

Both events were great experiences.  The folks at UELMA were wonderful hosts and treated me so well.  Many thanks to them for there efforts.  Here’s  a photo from that event:

UELMA Keynote Address

At PLA I spoke during breakfast and signed books afterward. Macmillan brought in advanced copies of GRAVITY so I signed it for the first time!

PLA Breakfast Panel

Kirkus gives GRAVITY a Starred Review

Kirkus gave GRAVITY a starred review, which makes two stars for the book!  Here is an excerpt:

With an elegant, spare text and playful, daring pictures, Chin’s latest opus exerts a powerful pull all its own.

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Starred Review for GRAVITY in Publisher’s Weekly

GRAVITY was just given a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly! Here are some highlights from the review:

Chin (Island) takes his exceptional artistic gifts into outer space, painting with disciplined exuberance a series of spreads that explain the fundamentals of gravity.

And the last line of the review made me feel pretty good:

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GRAVITY Advanced Reader’s Edition

Coming Soon to a bookstore near you:

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The Galapagos Conservation Trust Review: ISLAND is “the perfect introduction to the natural history of Galapagos”

I just received an advanced copy of a review from Galapagos Matters a magazine published by The Galapagos Conservation Trust.  I’ve copied the entire review here because it’s the best description of the book that I’ve read so far.  And I don’t just mean the first sentence (although I certainly appreciate the sentiment there).  The … continue reading

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