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Highlights

Political Journalism: Meet our Experts

Matt Bai On-sale today is All The Truth Is Out: The Week Politics Went Tabloid by one of our newest speakers Matt Bai. Bai is the national political columnist at…

Influential Voices on Parenting

Today’s youth are connected to many devices, but often disconnected from their parents. The Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau’s parenting experts address the challenges facing young people and parents today, covering…

National Book Award Longlists 2014

This morning the longlists for the National Book Award 2014 were announced and we are thrilled to see four of our speakers and their work among the fiction and poetry…

Let’s talk about sustainable food!

Think about the last meal you ate. Do you know where the ingredients came from and how many miles they travelled from the field to the grocery shelf? If you…

Student Summer Reading List

School may be out for summer, but over the next couple of weeks many incoming college freshmen will be getting their first taste of campus life as they attend their…

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Praise for Speakers

  • About Jennifer L. Holm

    Jenni charmed her audiences. Parents and children were thrilled with the special attention she gave everyone.  She made conversation with all of the children and made them feel recognized and important.  And she’s the consummate professional, with a high energy, interactive presentation.

    —Cuyahoga County Public Library

  • About Marc Brown

    Marc Brown’s visit to our library exceeded all expectations.  Over two sessions, he entertained 700 children and adults and signed books for three and a half hours.  From start to finish, he was as kind, gracious and patient as you’d expect the creator of Arthur to be.

    —Cuyahoga County Public Library

  • About Pauline Chen, M.D.

    She was spectacular! The students continue to rave about her, how kind she was, how approachable and how willing she was to share her story—to open up and be very honest with them. I was personally struck by how approachable she was—she was there as  a fellow physician, welcoming new colleagues into the medicine family, sharing her time, talent, knowledge. Her presentation gave us all a glimpse into her life as a physician and I feel quite honored to have learned all that she shared.

    —UCSD Medical School

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