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Author Showcased at World Science Fiction Convention

Move Books author, Christine Taylor-Butler will be featured speaker at the world science fiction convention. Named “MidamericonII” the convention will be hosted in Kansas City from August 16-21. This is a great chance to also see stars such as George RR Martin, Tamora Pierce, Charlaine Harris,  Tui Sutherland, Sarah Beth Durst, Sage Blackwood, and many

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Our Authors showcased at ALAN in November!

We are pleased to announce that Assembly for Adolescent Literature of NCTE (ALAN) has extended an invitation for two Move Books authors to speak at their national convention in Minneapolis, MN. NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK Monday, November 23, 2015 from 3:45 to 4:10 Paul Greci (@paulgreci) – Move Books Estelle Laure (@starlaure) – Houghton

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Surviving Bear Island: Juneau Empire Review

…“Surviving Bear Island” follows in the vein of books like “Hatchet,” by Gary Paulsen, in which a young boy finds himself alone in the woods, forced to rely on only what he has with him (several times, Greci lists those things), his knowledge of what’s around him — which isn’t always firsthand — and his

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Surviving Bear Island chosen as a Junior Library Guild Selection

Move Books is on the “move!” Congratulations to debut author, Paul Greci!  His novel, Surviving Bear Island was chosen for the Junior Library Guild program. Surviving Bear Island by Paul Greci Disaster strikes while Tom and his father are kayaking in Alaska’s Prince William Sound, stranding Tom alone on a remote island with just a

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The Kirkus Reviews are in!

Kirkus Media has just released its reviews of our newest additions to the Move Books family. It’s a home run for both! We are honored to be selected. Congratulations to our authors, C. Taylor-Butler and Paul Greci! ” . . . a promising start to what should be an exciting and unusual sci-fi series.” “. . . a terrific thrill

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A Nice Finale To 2014!

The Connecticut Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce has awarded Move Books with a technology grant. The Entrepreneurial Grant Program for Women In Business was developed and funded by Women in Networking (WIN) and will go a long way to helping Move Books grow our business. WIN was formed in 2002 by a successful group of

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YOU MADE IT HAPPEN! Thank You!

Thank you, thank you, thank you! We are proud to announce that because of your support, the vote you cast for the Chase Mission Main Street Grant Competition put us over the top with 271 votes and counting. We are now in the running to receive one of the $150,000 grants given to 20 small

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