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Sarah Dessen Bringing Sweetery Truck To BEA

If you’ve ever attended Book Expo America (BEA), you’ll know that the food cart choices parked outside the Javits Center typically feature hot dogs and kebabs.

Penguin Young Readers Group author Sarah Dessen (pictured, via) will shake things up with the Dessen Sweetery Truck.

Associate director of publicity Elyse Marshall explained in an email: “Sarah will head out to the truck to hand out free whoopee pies to fans and hungry BEAers. There will be three flavors available: red velvet, chocolate, and Sarah’s Strawberry Surprise (a custom whoopee pie). The truck will be entirely wrapped in Sarah Dessen branding, with all her book covers featured. There will be giveaways available for a few lucky attendees before the Dessen Sweetery Truck moves onto it’s second location of the day: Union Square.”

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Elyse Marshall Moves to Penguin Young Readers Group

p2323.jpgStarting February 22nd, Elyse Marshall will serve as associate director of publicity at Penguin Young Readers Group. Prior to this move, Marshall held the position of publicity manager at HarperCollins Children’s Books.

Marshall helped establish her department’s online media and blogger outreach. She has worked with many authors, including Neil Gaiman, Lauren Oliver, Kelley Armstrong, Dan Gutman, Mo Willems, Rob Scotton, Tim Green and the Shel Silverstein estate.

Before she carved out a career in the children’s market, Marshall worked at several of Random House’s nonfiction imprints.

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