SCBWI

Society of
Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators

OC Children’s Book Festival Booth

Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/02/2022
9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Orange Coast College
2701 Fairview Rd - Costa Mesa, CA


Come visit our SCBWI SoCal Booth

 

When: Oct. 2, 2022

Where: Orange Coast College, 2701 Fairview Rd. Costa Mesa, CA

You can buy books and get autographs from these authors and illustrators:

Lori Polydoros 

Quake Chasers: 15 Women Rocking Earthquake Science-explores the lives of 15 diverse, contemporary female scientists with a variety of specialties related to earthquake science.

 

            

Heather Buchta– 

Beyond the Break (YA): After her brother’s accident, Lovette doesn’t surf or date. Until Jake Evans moves into town… 

Chasing After Knight (YA) A funny, romantic novel about Alexa, who finds healing someone else’s broken heart has its complications…especially when he’s now an A-list movie star.

Susi Schaefer (author and illustrator)

Zoo Zen  You Can Count on Animals to Make Yoga Fun!

Cat Ladies This witty picture book explores the loving bond between cats and their humans!

     

Carla Mino (author)

Crystal Healing: A Guide for Writers-This book is a guide on how to use crystals for your writing process and journey. These healing crystals are for writers and all creatives who thrive on personal reflection, growth for inspiration, and creativity

     

Tootie Nienow (author)

There Goes Patti McGee: The Story of the First Women’s National Skateboard Champion – An uplifting picture book biography about the first ever professional female skateboarder and winner of the 1964 skateboard championship for women.

 

Kathleen Troy 

Dylan’s Dilemma – Cocker Spaniel Dylan was a trouble-maker in Korea, so he moves across the ocean to live with 12-year-old  Casey.  Now Dylan has thirty days to become a good dog—or else.

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Angela Cerrito

The Safest Lie:  Nine-year-old Anna escapes certain death with a new identity . . . she slowly realizes that the most difficult part of surviving isn’t remembering the details of her new life, but trying not to forget the old one entirely.

The End of the Line: If Robbie is to survive, Great Oaks School, aka The End of the Line, he must confront the truth: He is a murderer.

A Chill in My Bones: What do you do if your mom is psychic, and one of her regulars has just shown up—unaware that Death is hot on her heels?

          

Cyndi Wojciechowski

The Superpower Sisterhood. Sisters aren’t just super, they’re superheroes in this celebration of friendship and sisterhood by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush.

How to Have Friends. Finding and keeping friends is important.

Moni Ritchie Hadley

The Star FestivalAmid the vibrantly illustrated backdrop of a traditional summertime Japanese folklore festival, a young girl seeks her grandmother in the crowd of celebrants.

           

E.L. Tenenbaum

End of Ever After (Series): Five years after the famous ball, Ella looks back on her fairytale rise from servant to queen, desperate to figure out how it all went so horribly wrong. (First in a five part companion series.)

Silhouettes: Brooke and Tyler would never be caught dead together. Things change. A story about family, friendship, and the impact of one life on another, no matter how young it is.

      

Russ Thompson

Alone (YA) Elgin Hobbs is failing classes, his divorced parents fight, and his mom is an alcoholic. He tries to rise above it. But life keeps bringing him down.

 

If you have any questions or would like to be put on the waitlist, please contact Bev Plass at socal-ra@scbwi.org

 

 

This event is fully booked.