Sunday, July 13, 2014


Remembering Walter Dean Myers.  From American Libraries.

Walter Dean Myers passes at 76.  From SLJ.

#WeNeedMoreWalterDeanMyers.  From SLJ.

Obituary: Walter Dean Myers.  From PW.

Freaky Friday author Mary Rodgers Dies at 83.  From SLJ.

Distinguished children’s author Allan Ahlberg has declined the inaugural Booktrust Best Book Awards‘ Lifetime Achievement Award, because it is sponsored by Amazon.  From The Bookseller.

The best illustrations from 150 years of Alice in Wonderland.  From Brain Pickings.

In The Little Engine That Could some see an early feminist hero.  From NPR.

Reading from birth can help close the learning gap.  From SLJ.

Children's literature takes us on a tour of New York.  From

James Patterson's Maximum Ride heads to YouTube as a miniseries.  From Page to Pramier.

Daniel Radcliffe won't return as Harry Potter.  From The Guardian.

Reading is Fundamental survey says summer reading is not a priority.  From SLJ.

YA from the UK on the rise.  From The Guardian.

Cape Henlopen School District's decision to take a book off a summer reading list for incoming high school freshmen has drawn protests from librarians, some parents and teachers.  From Delaware Online.

Amazon makes offer to Hachette authors.  From The Washington Post.

When librarians are told to censor kids' books.  From boingboing.

Eisner Foundation Builds Graphic Novel Collections and Programming.  From SLJ.

Get ready for The Giver movie.  From PW.

Reading Rainbow: the most popular Kickstarter ever.  From LA Times.

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