Open Book Toronto is a great literary resource about publishing, books, authors, illustrators, and events. The wonderful team at Open Book Toronto interviewed some of our Spring 2009 authors and illustrators. Many, many, many thanks to Clelia, Amy, and Shannon for their hard work! Click on the links below to read Open Book Toronto’s Ten Questions with:
Stay tuned for interviews from our Fall 2009 authors and illustrators!
Tundra’s Director of Marketing and Sales and Director of Rights and Special Markets went to BEA this year in New York. Here are a few photos they took:
Seating around Time Square in New York City! As you can see, the chairs are very popular.
Our booth at BookExpo America! We had a mixture of Spring 2009 titles and advance materials of our Fall 2009 books on display.
Theo Caldwell signing ARCs (Advance Reading Copies) of Finn the half-Great at table 12 on May 29.
For more information about Finn the half-Great, visit http://www.halfgreat.com/. You can also write to Finn!
Andrew H. Vanderwal signing finished copies of The Battle for Duncragglin at table 7 on May 29.
To learn more about The Battle for Duncragglin, visit Andrew H. Vanderwal’s website, http://www.duncragglin.com/.
Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth to say “hi” or to browse through our books. We hope to see you next year at BEA, May 25-27 2010!
Andrew H. Vanderwal’s young adult novel, The Battle for Dunragglin, was launched on Tuesday, April 14, 2009. The outstanding event was held at the Assembly Hall from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
Copies of The Battle for Duncragglin waiting to be signed and read.
Andrew H. Vanderwal’s first signing at his launch!
Andrew H. Vanderwal hired his son’s school’s quartet, The MCI Senior Strings Quartet, to play at the book launch.
A wonderful performance from the McDonnell School of Highland Dance. Many thanks to Julie McDonnell and her students! Short video clips of the performance can be viewed on our facebook page.
Tundra’s publisher, Kathy Lowinger, talks about The Battle for Duncragglin and introduces Andrew H. Vanderwal on stage.
Andrew H. Vanderwal talks about the progression of The Battle for Duncragglin and reads a passage from the book.
What a fabulous turnout of guests!
Tundra would like to thank Andrew H. Vanderwal and his wife, Jan, for making the event such a success! You can read about the launch on Andrew’s blog here.
Andrew H. Vanderwal will be celebrating the launch of his young adult novel, The Battle for Duncragglin on Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at The Assembly Hall in Toronto.
There will be performances by MCI Senior Strings Quartet and the McDonnell School of Highland Dance.