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October 11th, 2012

Sheboygan, here I come!

Tomorrow I head up to Sheboygan, Wisconsin for the Third Annual Sheboygan Children's Book Festival. It'll be my first time attending, since I had scheduling conflicts the last few years.

I was in Sheboygan last year for the World Premiere of the stage production of The Reinvention of Edison Thomas.

This year, I'll be talking about Sciency Fiction, participating in some hands-on science, signing books, participating in an author panel with Ilsa J. Bick, Lisa Albert, Sarah Weeks, and Julie Halpern (moderated by Mitch Teich), and signing some more books

Here's my festival page. The complete schedule for the festival is here.

I hope to see you there!

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Jacqueline Houtman
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I'm a freelance science writer based in Madison, WI. I also write sciency fiction for kids. My award-winning debut novel, THE REINVENTION OF EDISON THOMAS, was published by Front Street/Boyds Mills Press in March 2010.

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  • 21 Apr 2015, 21:32
    I thought The Fourteenth Goldfish might work, but apparently the grandfather learns how to reverse aging and becomes a teenager. Speculative elements not allowed on the list. I'll look into Life on…
  • (Anonymous)
    21 Apr 2015, 17:27
    Hi Jacqueline. Suzy G. here. I just got these 2 new titles in at my library: "Life On Mars" by Jennifer Brown and "The Fourteenth Goldfish" by Jennifer L. Holm. Haven't read them yet, but they look…
  • 25 Sep 2013, 21:30
    A more up-to-date listing can be found on my website:

    http://jhoutman.com/pages/Events.htm
  • (Anonymous)
    25 Sep 2013, 21:14
    According to your page nothing has been going on since 3 Feb 11. Is that true? Did the world stop and I haven't been informed?

    Not to be a pest

    Glenn
  • 10 Oct 2012, 21:08
    Thanks for your comment, Beth.
    It's actually a shower curtain (brand new, never used for a shower). It's the same one they use on The Big Bang Theory. I think I got mine through ThinkGeek.

    Good luck…
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