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29, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — KidLit TV, an award-winning online resource featuring kid-friendly video and podcast interviews with children’s authors and events in the world of children’s literature, announces a new member has been added to their team, Susannah Greenberg of Susannah Greenberg Public Relations , a book publicity firm. Greenberg, who will continue to run her firm, will now be managing social media for KidLit TV. Greenberg is a veteran of the book industry who has worked in both children’s and adult book publicity, and most recently represented award-winning children’s authors Roxie Munro and Pat Mora. Greenberg was also a presenter of the Young Adult Buzz Selection authors at BookExpo America 2016. KidLit TV can be found on its website, , YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram and via a weekly newsletter. #KidLit is the common hashtag in Twitter used to refer to children’s literature and the origin of this channel’s name. The Children’s Book Council calls KidLit TV “an exciting and informative destination for authors, illustrators, teachers, publishers, and anyone with a passion for children’s literature.” KidLit TV was a winner of the 2015 Parents’ Choice Gold Award. Notable authors appearing on KidLit TV include Mo Willems, Rick Riordan, Roxie Munro, Dan Yaccarino, Pat Cummings, Jon Sciezka, Hilary Knight, Tara Lazar, Jane Zalben, Josh Funk, and Peter H. Reynolds. Reynolds, author of The Dot, is the inspiration behind International Dot Day which is celebrated in 120 countries around the world. BonusesUpcoming events to be featured including Red Carpet coverage of the Carle Honors and the second anniversary party of KidLit TV later in November.

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