To help us celebrate National Library Week, Melissa LeGette visited WJMS this week to talk to students about her book, The Unicorn Girl. The students did a great job of making her feel welcome. At each session, Melissa answered questions, told a bit about herself, and read a portion of her book. Questions were asked about publishing, editing, favorite books/authors, development of characters, future books, inspiration for the book, writer’s block, and researching for material. After the session, students were able to purchase autographed copies of her book for $10. We enjoyed Melissa’s visit very much and everyone learned so much about writing and publishing books.
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