Georgia Center for the Book announced its inaugural list of 25 books every young Georgian should read. The list represents children's literature by authors or about subjects that are linked to our state. Writing is a private vocation, practiced most often alone with only one's created characters for company and conversation. And so I cherish the times I am in the company of fellow writers and those who love children's literature as much as I do, particularly librarians because they know how to throw a great party!
Thank you, GCFB for choosing Honey Bea as one of the books on the list this year! What good company to be among.