Friday, November 19, 2010

Kidlit Critterpalooza!

Kidlit Critterpalooza!
For over a year now, CRITTER, the creation of artist Ian Sands, has been travelling the world, meeting many talented writers and authors and exploring where they live. At each stop he learns more and more about KIDLIT and the importance of literacy and creativity. This journey was the brainchild of Christy Evers, who got her hands on Critter after an interactive art project of Ian’s, where 500 Critters were hidden all over her city for people to find.

Critter has visited PJ Hoover (and the Texas Sweethearts!) in Texas, Beth Revis in North Carolina, Christina Farley in Korea, New England with Nandini Bajpai, Illinois with Kelly Polark, MG Higgins in California, Rena Jones in Montana, Cynthia Leitich Smith in Texas, Bish Denham in the Virgin Islands, Jacqui Robbins in Michigan, Tina Ferraro in California, Cynthia Chapman Willis in New Jersey, Jill S. Alexander in Texas, Ellen Oh in Maryland and Virginia and finally, Alberta Canada with Angela Ackerman.

Critter has been to college, rock concerts, national landmarks, a palace, attended his first SCBWI conference, walked among giant redwoods, and met the world famous artist, Robert Bateman. Now that his journey is coming to a close, it’s CRITTER’S hope that you will help him celebrate over at The Bookshelf Muse. His new hosts, together with old hosts, have teamed up to create the Kidlit-inspired event, Critterpalooza! and you’re invited!

(I'm giving away a YA book of my choice and additional little Korean treats. But there are lots of other great prizes so please stop by the Bookshelf Muse and enter for a chance to win fabulous prizes for a good cause! Contest runs until November 28th.)

There are many AMAZING prizes to be won, all in the spirit of helping Critter celebrate the wonderful creativity & support within out KIDLIT community, and to also raise awareness for his charity, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

If you would like to donate a few dollars to Critter’s charity, just click on the I Love St. Jude button. Children’s lives are saved every day thanks to the support of people like you!


Angela Ackerman said...

Go Critter! Thanks for all you're doing for him and St Jude!

Angela @ The Bookshelf Muse

Kelly Polark said...

Critter is quite the popular dude!!

Charles Gramlich said...

I bet Critter is going to want to retire for a while after he finishes this whirlwind, world tour.

Katrina L. Lantz said...

Thank you for offering your prize for Critterpalooza! (I won yours. Yay!) I just caught up on your adventures with Zombie buddy and Critter. How fun is it that you had them at the same time!

Oh, and I'm a new follower. Thanks again!!

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