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Uploaded on Jul 14, 2008
The panel was about children's books and their ability to pass on history. But the panel of three women -- moderator Naomi Hirahara, the author of the terrific Mas Arai mystery books as well as her first book for young adults, "1001 Cranes," Cynthia Kadohata, award-winning author of books such as "Kira-Kira" for young adult readers, and Uma Krishnaswami, a South Asian author who lives in New Mexico -- ended up being about publishing in general. The three signed copies of their book afterwards.