Monday, January 19, 2015


For Books, Print Is Back. From PW.

Five things you didn't know about Laura Ingalls Wilder. From MPRnews.

Meg Wolitzer: My Debt to Sylvia Plath. From Time Magazine.

Paddington’s Forebear: A Talk With Michael Bond. From The New York Times.

Books on Film: The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss. From SLJ.

First Look: New Illustrated Edition of Harry Potter. From PW.

Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy? From The Telegraph.

Holly Black on Her New Book, Fairies & Working With Cassandra Clare. From The Huffington Post.

'Tuck' Springs Eternal: Natalie Babbitt's Novel at 40. From PW.

John Green Is the John Hughes of Relatable YA Literature. From Flavorwire.

SLJ’s Seventh Annual Battle of the Kids’ Books 2015 Contenders Announced.

John Green Takes Fans Inside His Creative Process. From Time Magazine.

How many Black-authored middle grade and young adult novels were published in the US in 2014? From Zetta Elliott.

'TIME's "100 Best Young Adult Books Of All Time" Is Very White... And Not Very YA. From Bustle.

Philip Pullman Delivers Audible Exclusive. From PW.
Scholastic’s New Report Examines Kids’ Attitudes on Reading. From SLJ.

Books to breed tolerance: what children can read after the terrorist attacks in Paris. From The Guardian.

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