My name is Dylan Teut  and I am currently the director for the Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival in Seward, Nebraska, as well as an instructor of literacy at Concordia University. I love interacting with authors, sharing new books, and exploring worlds unknown in children’s lit. I am a new author myself, just signed on with Alexandra Penfold of Upstart Crow Literary. Stay tuned on news in that area… Meanwhile, check out our festival at http://www.cune.edu/plumcreek!                                      IMG_0644


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  1. Dear Dylan–I loved the “Good Night, Baddies” interview. And I’m a big Arnold Lobel fan–thought I’d read everything of his. But that poem–rhyming–about the mile high pile of books–can you tell me where that came from? (I mean, from where that came???) many thanks, evie robillard (writer & former children’s librarian)

  2. Hi! I am trying to connect with you on Twitter. @mrsmontjoyreads Our 10 teacher book group would love to read & share The Girl Who Drank the Moon. Would you be willing to share? Email me or DM me on Twitter

  3. Hello Dylan!
    I’m a former early childhood and special needs teacher and now a writer. I love, love, love your blog site! I have written nearly 30 books in print or forthcoming and am constantly pondering what else I might do for children. Thanks for sharing all this lovely work and keep on keeping with the children–the reason we do this.

    All best,


  4. I’m loving the previews of the fabulous 2017 picture books…will share so others can enjoy! And congrats on signing with Upstart Crow Literary…can’t wait to see YOUR books on these lists.:)

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