Monday, August 5, 2013


More and more, publishers are trying to find blockbusters.  From Forbes.

Miss. Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children will be directed by Tim Burton.  That seems like a good fit.  From The Christian Science Monitor.

Will Charlie and the Chocolate Factory follow Matilda to Broadway?  From The Hollywood Reporter.

Five things you need to know about young adult fiction.  From BookRiot.

15 children's classics that have been banned in America.  From BuzzFeed.

Dyslexia suffer Jamie Oliver reads a book all the way through for the first time at 38.  From The Telegraph.

Great actors read Dr. Seuss.  Or, well, people pretending to be great actors.  From The Huffington Post.

What would the Magic School Bus kids look like grown up?  Perhaps like this...  From BuzzFeed.

Must every new coming of age novel be "the next Catcher in the Rye?"  I can't say I hear that comparison a lot.  From The Atlantic.

Are children's books darker than they use to be?  From The Guardian.

Two thirds of parents don't read to their children every night.  From SLJ.

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