Thursday, September 5, 2013


From page to screen.  From SLJ.

The call that changes everything - or not.  Authors and illustrators on winning the Newbery or Caldecott medal.  From PW.

Want children to read?  Embrace ebooks.  From The Christian Science Monitor.

Francesca Lia Block drew on her personal life while writing Love in the Time of Global Warming.  From The Lost Angeles Times.

Publisher Klaus Flugge publishes a book of the beautiful envelopes he's received over the years.  From PW.

What makes The Princess Bride so popular?  Because it's awesome.  Duh.  From The Daily Beast.

Thought writing picture books was easy?  You're wrong.  From The Times New Jersey.

Patricia Polacco and her family of storytellers.  From NPR.

Read about the New York Public Library's amazing children's book exhibit.  From PW.

Helping kids make sense of war.  From PW.

Common Core tests widen achievement gap in New York.  From The Washington Post.

What do children look for in stories?  From The Guardian.

Is it time to retire the Chosen One trope?  From The Atlantic Wire.

A librarian told a kid he couldn't participate in the summer reading contest because he "reads too much."  Not cool, librarian.  Not cool.  From Page Views.

Ridiculous ways the Internet explain why adults read YA.  From Book Riot.

The most love children's books in infographic form.  From Book Patrol.

Kid's books have always been a surprising violent place.  From The Boston Globe.

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