Saturday, October 11, 2014


The Right to Read: The How and Why of Supporting Intellectual Freedom for Teens.  From In the Library with the Lead Pipe.

School library make the difference.  From

How bookstores survive in the age of Amazon.  From PW.

More nonfiction writers adapting their books for children.  From The New York Times.

John Krokidas will direct Lionsgate's YA adaptation Wonder.  From The Hollywood Reporter.

Best practices for teaching in the cloud.  From SLJ.
Zilpha Keatley Snyder, who received three Newbery Honors for her middle-grade novels, including The Egypt Game, has died at 87.  I actually just finished reading The Egypt Game this month.  From PW.

Interview with Jacqueline Wilson.  From The Guardian.

Scott Westerfeld on his novel-within-a-YA-novel.  From Los Angeles Times.

Philadelphia Museum and a library lose Maurice Sendak collection.  From SLJ.

Writing Native lives in YA.  From PW.

Why adults are buzzing about YA literature.  From

Picture book adaptations that sort of need to happen.  From Book Riot.

Q & A with Bob Shea and Lane Smith.  From PW.

The Guardian's children's fiction award shortlist 2014.  

97% of school librarians have spent their own money on their libraries.  From SLJ.

Oh Jon Klassen.  You are so adorable.  Even when you're filling a window full of dirt.  From The Guardian.

Perseplolis challenge fails in Illinois.  From SLJ.

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