Texas Teen Book Festival

Texas Teen Book Festival

This free event celebrating young adult literature has grown fast since its start in 2009.  Authors such as James Dashner (the "Maze Runner" series) and Gayle Forman ("If I Stay") speak and sign books for YA fans of all ages. I'm a social media volunteer, so I'll see you there! 

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