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Thursday, October 5 • 10:00am - 12:15pm
Kidquake: Early Elementary School Program

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For kids from kindergarten to 2nd grade. Book sales and signing to follow. With Ana Aranda, Lashon Daley, Jose Lucio, Florencia Milito, Innosanta Nagara, Nastasha Yim. Free for school groups, teachers must enroll in advance at litquake.org/kidquake.

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Ana Aranda

Ana Aranda, born and raised in Mexico City, currently lives in San Francisco. Her work has been featured in galleries and museums in the U.S., France, Mexico, and Italy. In SF, she has painted murals in the Mission District, for the Consulate General of Mexico, and for the prestigious de Young Museum... Read More →
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Lashon Daley

Lashon Daley is a PhD scholar in performance studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Her children’s book, Mr. Okra Sells Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, was released in February 2016. Lashon is also the creator of Stories&Slams, a podcast that focuses on everyday stories... Read More →
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Jose Lucio

Jose Lucio is an author and illustrator from Savannah, GA. His first book, Heave Ho!, was awarded Best New Local Book in 2015 and Best Local Author in 2016 from the Readers of Connect Savannah. This fall he will be touring with writer, Daniel Wentzel, and their new book Free Rain... Read More →
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Florencia Milito

Florencia Milito is an Argentine-born poet/translator who writes about exile and displacement; her work has appeared in ZYZZYVA, Indiana Review, Catamaran, Entremares, and Diálogo. She is a Hedgebrook alum, CPITS poet-teacher, and mother of two.
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Innosanto Nagara

Innosanto Nagara is a writer and illustrator of books for families who want their kids to grow up in a space that is unapologetic about activism, environmental justice, civil rights, LGBTQ rights, and everything else that those who care about social justice believe in and fight for. Inno, born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia, moved to the US to study zoology and philosophy at UC Davis. His first... Read More →
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Natasha Yim

Natasha Yim is a children’s author and freelance writer. She has published five picture books and written for Highlights for Children, Appleseeds, Faces, and Muse magazines. Natasha grew up in Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong and loves to write about people and cultures from ar... Read More →



Thursday October 5, 2017 10:00am - 12:15pm
Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin St., San Francisco, CA 94102

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