Korea

Mark,

Obviously, we’ve let the blog go of late. Between my stint on Excellence in Nonfiction and yours on PPYA as well as AB4T, plus the usual work and family obligations (not to mention my broken arm), the blog has fallen to the bottom of the priority heap.

But it seems to me that it will be a good place for me to share some impressions from my trip to Korea for the 8th International Symposium on Library Services for Children and Young Adults.

I’m actually still in Korea (I’m leaving in a few hours), so I’m not going to do a full post now, but stay tuned for some posts in the upcoming week, and meanwhile, here’s a picture of the Korean translation of my book on YALSA’s competencies.
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–Mom

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One response to “Korea

  1. Jonathan Hunt

    Ah, I’m reading this from most recent to least. Now I understand the lapse. I’ve had lots on my plate, too, with the move to San Diego.

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