Monday, March 31, 2014


12 books that end mid-sentence.  From PW.

After a challenge to Eleanor & Park the Anoka-Hennepin School District has revised its policies on how classroom and library materials are selected.  From StarTribune.

11 things you learn when your book is turned into a television show.  From The Huffington Post.

Classic children's books that would be ruined by modern medicine.  From Discover Magazine.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar turns 45.  From CBS.

Rush Limbaugh - Children's Choice book author of the year?  From SLJ.

What we find in young adult literature.  From WBUR.

The Fault in Our Stars hasn't even come out yet, but Paper Towns is headed for the big screen too.  From PopWrapped.

Ellen DeGeneres has been highlighting school libraries!  From SLJ.

Must every YA action heroine be petite?  From The Atlantic.

Teenagers are asked to explain Divergent to old people.  From

Meet the creator of Ms. Marvel, the first female American-Muslim superhero.  From SLJ.

SLJ reviews Divergent.

SLJ's Battle of the Kid's books is almost over!  Catch up if you haven't been following.

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