Books so good, they make you miss your subway stop. From PW.
Penguin is getting a lot of flack for their new UK Charlie and the Chocolate Factory cover. Penguin is standing by it. I think it makes no sense for the book and will deter boys from picking it up. From Bustle and BBC News.
Essay contest launched in response to controversy over The Miseducation of Cameron Post. From American Booksellers Association.
There's no end in sight. The latest YA novel-turned-movie, The Maze Runner, is soon to be released. From PW.
Gayle Forman, author of If I Stay, writes about the dear friends who were inspiration for the book, and how it helped with her grief. From The New York Times.
Lois Lowry says The Giver’s movie cast elevated her original novel. Viewers seem to disagree. From The Washington Post.
An interview with Rainbow Rowell. From The Guardian.
20 YA book covers that are actually gorgeous. From Flavorwire.
This is what modern versions of The Baby-Sitters Club would look like. From BuzzFeed.
Why The Hunger Games' killer Katniss is a great female role model. From The Guardian.
A is for apocalypse: children’s books for the modern age. From Electric Lite.
Hmm. Weeding is a good thing, but I really hope the "hasn't been checked out in three years" isn't the only thing they're going on! Boston Public Library push to reduce books stirs community complaints. From The Boston Globe.
Great first lines from children's and YA books. From The Guardian.
Middle grade vs. YA. From Writer's Digest.
35 Harry Potter covers. From BookRiot.