Where Can You Find Cynthia?

Alas, the time has come to wrap up Cynthia Levinson’s debut week for her book WE’VE GOT A JOB. But don’t despair! We’re leaving you with more places to find Cynthia on the web. We’ve left a trail for readers, teachers, writers, and, well, just about anyone who’d like to know more about Cynthia’s writing process and what led her to craft such an important book. We’ve chosen…

…as your handy-dandy WE’VE GOT A JOB online guide. Click here for a page with several thumbnails–each a trail that ends in an interview with Cynthia.

Find the link in the gray stripe at the bottom of each box and click. Easy, right?

So go ahead–teachers, introduce WE’VE GOT A JOB to your students. (Here’s a free online curriculum guide to get you started). And everyone stay tuned to Cynthia’s website, where she’ll soon be posting a trailer produced by the 4th grade students you met in yesterday’s post.

Although we hate to say farewell to this auspicious debut week, we know that Cynthia’s book will live on in classrooms across the country and in the hands of readers of all ages.

On page 115 of WE’VE GOT A JOB, Cynthia quotes Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. as saying to the children of Birmingham:

“You are certainly making history, and you are experiencing history. And you will make it possible for the historians of the future to write a marvelous chapter.”

Cynthia Levinson is that historian, and WE’VE GOT A JOB is, indeed, that marvelous chapter.


Filed under Book Promotion, Celebrations, Education, Happiness, Social Media

11 responses to “Where Can You Find Cynthia?

  1. Cynthia Levinson

    Natalie, neglected to mention that SHE wrote, designed, composed, constructed, everythinged the fabulous Curriculum Guide. Kudos, Natalie! And, blessings on all of my EMU-mates.


  2. What a great use of Pinterest! I’ve been wondering how it might be useful to me. It looks like fun, but so far I haven’t joined up because it looks like another distraction rather than something useful. But I LOVE this idea of using it as a place to archive links to reviews or interviews, and as a great way to put together all the parts of a blog tour! This gives me something to think about, as well as a convenient way to access all of Cynthia’s great interviews.


  3. Natalie Dias Lorenzi

    Pinterest is lots of fun–I just recently learned about it in a librarian course I’m currently taking. I had no idea that it’s really a social media-esque kind of thing.

    Oh, Cynthia. There is SO much that I cannot do! But I do appreciate your kind words. :0) xoxoxo


  4. Cynthia Levinson

    When my Pinterest invitation comes through, I gotta figure it out. My website would look so perky!


  5. Natalie!! This is SUCH a great idea. Love it! Thanks so much for ending our launch party in such an interesting and unique way. Very cool!


  6. Natalie Dias Lorenzi

    Thanks, Lynda. It was a fun week! 🙂


  7. Congrats on such an exciting launch, Cynthia!

    Also, I pointed my my sister, who’s a teacher, to this post and she was thrilled to find the excellent teachers guide. Kudos, Natalie!


  8. Natalie Dias Lorenzi

    Thanks, Jeanne. It was my honor to create this guide for Cynthia and her gem of a book. 🙂


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