Remember that list from CareerCast where being a librarian was one of the least stressful jobs there was? We beg to differ. From Screwy Decimal.
Ahhh, it's that time of year, Newbery speculations abound, and I start wondering what book that I've never heard of is going to win the Printz Award this year. But does getting these awards make any difference? From PW.
Possible award contenders from SLJ.
New year's resolutions for the publishing industry. From Forbes.
Patrica Polacco's In My Mother's House is back on the shelves in Utah's Davis County after being removed and required special permission to check out. From Desert News.
A literary tour of historical YA. From The Atlantic Wire.
Eoin Colfer is writing a series of Dr. Who e-books. This has the potential to be awesome. From The Guardian.
I must have this book. Like, now. The Downton Abbey graphic novel parody. From The Huffington Post.
Best selling books of 2012. Fifty Shades of Gray for the win! From PW.
10 great books destined to become children's classics. From TED Blog.
Shelly Bond is the new head of Vertigo. From PW.
"Girl" books that boys will love. From Shannon Hale's blog.
A school library in Minnesota thrives after removing all its books. Sure, because they use their "robust community of neighboring branch and university libraries in the surrounding area." From The Digital Shift.
The Wall Street Journal says print is here to stay.
Cool! A new children's focused graphic novel imprint! From PW.
MacDonald's in the UK is giving out books with their happy meals instead of toys. From The Telegraph.
Three Catching Fire characters you won't see in the movie. From EW.
Time out. THAT IS NOT FINNICK. From movies.com.
Caroline B. Cooney says goodbye to The Face on the Milk Carton series. From The Huffington Post.
I have so many things I could add to this tumblr. Lousy Book Covers.