C2E2 2012

 In conventions

Reading with Pictures will be appearing at C2E2 in Chicago, Il, April 13-15. Contributors Russell Lissau and Trevor Mueller will be running booth #211 (near DC Comics), and will have copies of the two-time Harvey Award-nominated anthology available for sale.

They will also be selling copies of their personal all-ages work, including Strawberry Shortcake and Albert the Alien.

There will be celebrity guest signings throughout the weekend at the booth, as well as some big announcements about the future of RWP.

Additionally, RWP will be putting on the following panels throughout the weekend:

Reading With Pictures: The Future of Comics in the Classroom
Date: Friday, April 13
10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Location: N426b
Speakers: David Rapp , Josh Elder , Laura Harper , Tim Sarrantonio , Travis White-Schwoch , Trevor Mueller

Find out how YOU can help get comics into schools and get schools into comics in this informational seminar hosted by some of the biggest names in the world of comics and education. Join Josh Elder of Reading With Pictures and several educational professionals as they unveil their plans for 2012 and beyond.


Reading with Pictures – Live Reading
Date: Sunday, April 15
11:15 AM – 11:45 AM
Location: Variant Stage
Speakers: Gabriel Bautisa , Trevor Mueller

Come learn about how getting comics in the classroom can be fun and educational. There will be live read-alongs of our favorite stories from the Harvey-Award nominated anthology, sessions teaching kids how to draw their favorite characters, and much more! Hosted by Reading with Pictures Marketing Director Trevor Mueller, and Eisner-Award winning contributor Gabriel Bautisa. Come join us for this engaging panel that’s fun for all ages!


Getting the Most out of Graphic Novels in Your Classroom Library
Date: Sunday, April 15
3:45 PM – 4:45 PM
Location: N426a
Speakers: Jeni Defeo , Josh Elder , Robert Casey

Josh Elder, Founder and President of Reading With Pictures, leads a panel of experienced educators and librarians in presenting a series of best practices for getting the most out of the graphic novels in your classroom or library. The expert panel will be sharing their proven strategies and answering audience questions and concerns.

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