Please join us for the GFU Libraries’ "Fox @ the Fireside" event on Friday, November 9 from 3:00-4:00 p.m in the Murdock Library. Gather around the fireplace with coffee and light refreshments to hear Guadalupe García McCall discuss her latest books.
Guadalupe García McCall is the author of Under the Mesquite (Lee and Low Books, 2011), a novel in verse, which received the prestigious Pura Belpré Author Award, was a William C. Morris Finalist, and was included in Kirkus Review’s Best Teen Books of 2011, among many other accolades. Her second novel, Summer of the Mariposas (Tu Books, 2012), won a Westchester Young Adult Fiction award and was a finalist for the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy. Her third novel, Shame the Stars (Tu Books, 2016), received a starred review from Kirkus, is a Commended Title for the América’s Book Award and was chosen as Texas' Great Reads by the Center for the Book in affiliation with Texas State Library and the Library of Congress. Her fourth novel, All the Stars Denied, is forthcoming from Tu Books this fall and has already received a starred review from School Library Journal. She is an Assistant Professor of English at George Fox University and lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest.
To check out her books, click on the "Books by Guadalupe García McCall" tab above, or follow this link: Books by Guadalupe García McCall
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