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Podcast: Meg Medina

Meg Medina. Photo by Petite Shards Productions

Meg Medina. Photo by Petite Shards Productions

Today’s National Book Festival author podcast  features Meg Medina. The Library’s Karen Jaffee talks to the author of “Burn Baby Burn,” who says she “loves the Library of Congress!” The feeling is mutual, Meg.

Listen to the podcast here.

Every Tuesday and Thursday we’ll share conversations with authors who will be presenting at this year’s National Book Festival on Sept. 24. Meg Medina will appear on the Teens stage. Make sure to visit this site, then download and listen to a new chat with a terrific author twice a week until the festival.

And download the National Book Festival App to view the complete schedule and plan your day!

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