Saturday, November 29, 2014


The Ferguson library gives a lesson in community.  From Salon.
Four Questions for...Jacqueline Woodson.  From PW.

Jacqueline Woodson: 'I don't want anyone to feel invisible.'  From The Guardian.

Meanwhile In America, Brown Girls Are Still Dreaming.  From BuzzFeed.

Winnie the Pooh banned from Polish playground for being 'inappropriate hermaphrodite.'  From The Independent. 

If everyone loved reading as much as this 8-year-old does, the world would be better.  From Vox.

How The Hunger Games Team Brought Mockingjay – Part 1 From The Page To The Screen.  From BuzzFeed.
The 5 biggest differences between the Mockingjay book and movie.  From USA Today.

How The Hunger Games Challenges Old Hollywood Expectations About Gender Roles.  From BuzzFeed.

I Sacrifice, Therefore I Am Good: Young Adult Fiction Heroines and Self-Destruction.  From PopMatters.

Neil Gaiman: Why Disney's Sleeping Beauty doesn't work.  From The Telegraph.

Best Books 2014.  From SLJ.

Tennessee School District’s Tech Policy Blocks Students’ Constitutional Rights, ACLU Says.  From The Digital Shift.

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