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LA Times Festival of Books at USC

Event date: 
Saturday, April 22, 2017 - 10:00am to Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 5:00pm
Event address: 
University of Southern California
University Park Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90089

Once Upon A Time is excited to be a part of the wonderful festival of books that is a highlight of our year. At our large, corner booth in the Children's section, we are partnering with Scholastic, Simon and Schuster Kids and Macmillan Kids/Bloomsbury.  We also will be "special sellers"  for the "Reading By 9" Children's Stage, with a great lineup on both days, check out the schedule below. 

  This schedule may be subject to change.

Los Angeles Times Festival of Book 2017 Schedule for Once Upon A Time Bookstore Booth 732

Click on image to download PDF for printing. 

Picture Book Authors and Illustrators

Chris Robertson

Barbara Bottner

Karen Winnick

Doyin Richards

Salina Yoon

David Shannon

Marcie Colleen

Karen Lechlet

Frans Vischer

Eugene Yelchin

Erica Silverman

Eliza Wheeler

Sarah Aspinall

Laurie Berkner

Cindy Jenson-Elliott

Middle Grade Authors and Illustrators

James Burks

Jarrett Krosoczka

Danna Middleton

Jill Diamond

Janet Tshjian

Javaka Steptoe

Carter Higgins

James Hannibal

Isabel Quintero

Shannon Hale

LeUyen Pham

Leslie Margolis

Mary Peterson

Amy Sarig King

Greg Pincus

Michael Dante DiMartino

YA Authors

Lilliam Rivera

Marisa Reichardt

Ellen Hopkins

Maggie Thrash

Faith Erin Hicks

Anna-Marie McLemore

Morgan Matson

Maurene Goo

Renee Watson

Reading by 9 Children's Stage Schedule

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2017 Reading by 9 Children's Stage

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Staff Picks

For anyone wanting to try a steam punk or for steam-punk aficionados this book is ideal. Set in two distinct steam-punk worlds that have turned 19th Century European life on its head: the world of the Clankers, advanced and powerful steam-powered machines in Austral-Hungary, and that of the Beasties, genetically fabricated Darwinian creatures in Britain. The story follows Daryn, a girl disguised as a boy to enter the British Air Service so she can fly. It also follows Alek, the prince of Austral-Hungary who must flee his royal after his parents are assassinated. From two separate opposing worlds, Alek and Daryn are thrown together by extreme circumstances aboard the mighty airship, the giant hydrogen-breathing modified whale of the air the Leviathan. A roller-coaster of action and intrigue, this book is also an incredibly well thought out politically and historically. - Linnea