Wednesday, September 3, 2014


7 things librarians are tired of hearing.  From Open Education Database.

Racist abuse won't stop Malorie Blackman from seeking more diversity in children's books.  From The Guardian.

Children’s book illustrator takes heat for Ferguson drawing.  From

In a foster home, two boys become Kinda Like Brothers.  From NPR.

Can you figure out who these children's authors are by their Twitter bios?  From SLJ.

Aldi takes Roald Dahl book off Australian shelves over the word 'slut'.  From The Guardian.

Should the world "slut" be in a children's book in 2014?  From Flavorwire.

Classic first lines as emojis.  From Slate.

A new picture book biography of a transgendered girl.  From SLJ.

Pastor wants 'demonic' books removed from public library.  From ABC News.

Award-winning author Elaine Marie Alphin dies at 58.  From SLJ.

Lois Lane is your new YA fiction hero.  From The Hollywood Reporter.

14 horrifying scenarios from beloved children's books.  From Bustle.

Librarians react to Amelia Bedelia hoax.  From SLJ.

Marcus Sedgwick: My next book is a response to 2001: A Space Odyssey.  From The Guardian.

First If I Stay reviews are not great.  From SLJ.

Lois Lowry and Jeff Bridges explain what a dystopia is to Stephen Colbert.

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