Cost of the program ($3800) includes all travel, fees,
tuition, accomodations, breakfasts, and an international student ID
card (which carries with it minimal insurance needed).
Lunch and dinner (with the exceptions of two banquets)
are individual and not paid for as part of the program. Students are
advised to bring $40 per day for food expenses.
There are currently 2 spots left for Summer 2007.
Contact Dr. Bond at email@example.com
July 22 -- 24 Iceland (arrive in Iceland 7:45 AM). Visit the Blue Lagoon.
House-- see Icelandic sagas
Andri Magnason author of Blue Planet. and Ragnheiður
of The Sword Bearer
Tour Reykjavik and around Iceland.
July 25-26 arrive in Copenhagen. Stay at
Meet Meet with Paul Banks Paul just was awarded Danish
Blues Musician of the Year!!
Meet with Lene
Christian Andersen museum in Odense
July 27 Leave Copenhagen around 8:30 reach Hamburg (5 hour
drive/ferry) Stay at Pension Helga Schmidt
July 28 Leave Hamburg by 9 AM. for Bremen (2 hour drive)
Lunch with Angela
July 29 Cologne. Stay at Hotel am Rathaus
Meet with Norman Junge
July 30 Leave for Kassel
Lunch with Stephanie
July 31 Leave for Frankfurt
by 9 AM (2 hours)
Visit the University of Frankfurt's Institut für Jugendbuchforschung
Proceed to Heidelburg (2 hours)
Dinner with Geraldine
Stay at Pension Jeske
Leave Heidelberg by 8:30 AM
Schloss ob Ellwangen
August 2 Meet with Inge
Bart-Grözinger author of Something
Remains and visit
August 3 Munich (stay in Pulloch at Burg Schwaneck)
August 4 leave by 8:30 for Salzburg,
Austria (2 hours)
Lunch with Gudrun Albertsmeir of
Minedition and author Werner
Leave Salzburg by 4 PM. Spend night
August 5 – 7 Leave Leipzieg arrive in Berlin
Checkpoint Literacy -- European Conference on Reading
August 8–10 Warsaw
Banquet with authors sponsored by Egmont Polska.
Meet with Polish children's authors and
Visit the Museum of Children's Literature
(in the Culture Palace)
August 11-- 13 Flight to Malmo/Copenhagen
Visit Children's Literature Center
Danish University of Education
Visit Rasmus Bregnhoi's studio
August 14 return to BWI