School Library Journal's movie review of The Giver.
Hoping to rejuvenate the love for The Boxcar Children, a full-length animated feature film is released. From PW.
Ferguson public library offers lessons for students in limbo. From SLJ.
Waukesha school committee denies parent's request to ban The Kite Runner and Chinese Handcuffs. From Waukesha Now.
A Pennsylvania school board restores Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale to a summer reading list. From TribLive.
Chaos Walking trilogy gets new paperback cover release. I like the original covers, but all for anything that gets the series more attention! From PW.
National library lock-in event features authors, games, and Minecraft. From SLJ.
J.K. Rowling writes a story featuring minor Harry Potter character, the “Singing Sorceress." From Salon.
Jarrett Krosoczka tells us why lunch ladies are heroes. From TED.
E. Lockhart on We Were Liars. From The Guardian.
New children's bookstore opens in Boston: Make Way for Ducklings Store. From PW.
Young adult fiction and its rabid discontents. From Pop Matters.
Literary fiction writers tackling YA. From Ploughshares Literary Magazine.
Why death is so important in YA fiction. From The Guardian.
Searching for Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island. From The New York Times.
All the things I didn't get when I read The Giver as a kid. From Slate.
A tale of two polls: support for the Common Core. From NPR.
Dr. Seuss as a political cartoonist. From Book Patrol.