The Greater Houston Teen Book Convention
 Saturday, April 11th 2015
9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Alief Taylor High School.

Admission to the event is free!
See you April 11, 2015!!!

 


TEENBOOKCON AUTHORS 2015\

 Gayle Forman

Gayle FormanGayle Forman is the award-winning author of several young adult books including If I Stay, which was recently turned into a hit film.Born in L.A., now living in NYC, I Was Here is her latest novel. She will be the TeenBookCon 2015 keynote speaker.
        

   
David Levithan

David LevithanDavid Levithan is the author and co-author of many books for teens and adults. He is also a publisher and editorial director who lives in NYC. His latest novel is called Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story. He will co-close TeenBookCon 2015 with Ally Carter.



Ally Carter

Ally CarterAlly Carter is the best-selling author of the Gallagher Girls and Heist Society series and the first in a new series: All Fall Down. She was born in Oklahoma and now lives there again. Ally will close out TeenBookCon 2015 in a conversation with David Levithan.



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 PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR
TeenBookCon 2014 is a wrap!

(please feel free to use any of these images as long as
you either link back to the original or give photo credit to Ann Nguyen, our official TBC photographer!
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Wondering what TeenBookCon is all about? Watch this fantastic video created by teen attendee, Sandy, recapping a past TeenBookCon:



Admission to the event is free,
but bring money to purchase books and food!
 GETTING TO TEENBOOKCON

The Greater Houston Teen Book Convention
event location: Alief Taylor High School



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