This year’s National Book Festival highlights the relationship between Thomas Jefferson and the Library of Congress. Thomas Jefferson who wrote, “I Cannot Live Without Books” sold his personal collection to the Library of Congress two hundred years ago.

The National Book Festival is free to the public and takes place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on Sep 5, 2015 from 10am until 10pm. It features over 170 authors, poets, illustrators, and presenters. All book lovers in that area should attend this event!

For a list of presenters, please click here!

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Taneeka Bourgeois-daSilva is an authorpreneur, teacher, blogger, educational consultant, and writing coach. She wrote the award-winning Broccoli Chronicles and is the CEO of Building Voices and TCD Kids Foundation. She tweets at @taneekabdasilva.


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