Category Archives: Guadalupe Garcia McCall

Guadelupe Garcia McCall at the Texas Literacy Summit

Guadelupe Garcia McCall is a Texas high school teacher, as well as an esteemed emerging author. She delivered a keynote speech at the Texas Literacy Summit last weekend.

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Finding Unity in the Community: Common Reads Titles that Bring Us Closer

When Books In Common/Terra Com was founded in 2001, Community Reading Programs as envisioned by pioneering Seattle Librarian Nancy Pearl were in their infancy. Since then, BIC has connected with thousands of literary programs across the globe, helping event planners as they face the sometimes daunting task of selecting the perfect book for their communities, partnering with the author, and ensuring that their specific goals are met and exceeded – year after year. We focus on these important programs because we passionately believe that building common ground around literature is one of the best ways to bridge the divide among race, religion, socio-economics, sexual orientation, politics, and cultural identities.

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Will Guadalupe Garcia McCall Write the Next “Winnie the Pooh”?

Egmont, the Nordic publishing house with intellectual property rights to Winnie the Pooh, recently announced that it is considering contemporary writers to pen the return to the Hundred Acre Wood.

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Author Interview: Guadalupe Garcia McCall

Guadalupe Garcia McCall, author of Under the Mesquite and Summer of the Mariposa, discusses the inspiration for her books and experience with speaking engagements. April is National Poetry Month, so start planning now to book Guadalupe for next year’s celebration.

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