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We're excited to partner with Scholastic for their June I Read YA @ Home! June's panel will focus on LGBTQIA+ authors and we can't wait for a fun night full of our favorite genres! Amazing authors Mason Deaver, Leah Johnson, Sabina Khan, Bill Konigsberg, Vitor Martins, and Jess Verdi will be joined by moderator David Levithan, author of many beloved YA books and editorial director at Scholastic! How to join the Livestream This event will be hosted on Scholastic's YouTube page! To view the event and for more information, click the Left Bank Books link. How to Order a Signed Bookplate At checkout under “Order Comments” write if you would like a signed bookplate! Special Giveaway! One lucky winner will win a prize pack when they order through Left Bank Books! About the Authors Mason Deaver is a nonbinary author and librarian from a small town in North Carolina where the word "y'all" is used in abundance. When they aren't writing or working, they're typically found in their kitchen baking something that's bad for them or out in their garden complaining about the toad that likes to dig holes around their hydrangeas. I Wish You All the Best is their debut novel. You can find them online at masondeaverwrites.com. Leah Johnson is a writer, editor and eternal Midwesterner, currently moonlighting as a New Yorker. She is a graduate of Indiana University and Sarah Lawrence College, where she received her MFA in fiction writing, and currently teaches in their undergraduate writing program. When she’s not writing, you can usually find her on Twitter, ranting about pop culture and politics. You Should See Me in a Crown is her first novel. Sabina Khan writes about Muslim teens who straddle cultures. She was born in Germany, spent her teens in Bangladesh, and lived in Macao, Illinois, and Texas before settling down in British Columbia with her husband, two daughters, and the best puppy in the world. Visit her online at sabina-khan.com. Bill Konigsberg is the autho
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