The two-day North Texas Teen Book Festival (NTTBF) event returns March 4-5 with a hybrid of in-person and virtual viewing options.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
NTTBF event planners are looking to the community for adult volunteer help. Organizers need volunteers ages 18 and older to help on March 5 as bus and lobby greeters, traffic and room monitors, and assisting with books sales, the photo booth and signing lines.
Donations to the NTTBF helps bring books to life for teens all over the North Texas region and beyond. Contributions help bring in more than 50 authors each year to the festival and provide more than 500 free books to teens from low-income communities. It also helps keep this annual festival free and open to the public.
Any amount is accepted, and partners and sponsors are welcome. Donate Now
NTTBF VIRTUAL SCHOOL DAY, MARCH 4
Educators, students and librarians are invited to NTTBF22 School Day, March 4, hosted on the festival’s YouTube channel. Panels featured on School Day will be available for on-demand viewing for a limited time following the event, allowing eligible teachers to earn Continuing Education credit with Education Service Centers in Regions 10 and 11.
FESTIVAL DAY, MARCH 5
NTTBF is back March 5 at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas, 500 W. Las Colinas Blvd., with an in-person celebration that will have tween, teen and older Middle Grade and Young Adult fans rejoicing about reading! Festival Day features over 40 debut writers and bestselling authors. Visit NTTBF.com for the full author list.