Saturday, April 25, 2015


Authors sign protest letter against baseline tests. From The Bookseller.

The trailer for Me And Earl And The Dying Girl will lift you up, so it can crush you. From The AV Club.

Illinois Law Lets Schools Request Students’ Social Media Passwords.  From SLJ.
'Call Me Tree': A Children's Book With No Gender Specific Pronouns. From The Huffington Post.

Terry Pratchett's final Discworld novel due out in September. From The Guardian.

Marissa Moss's Amelia Graduates Middle School—and Turns 20. From PW.

How Asperger’s powers my writing. From The Guardian.

Authors praise rise in LGBT-themed kids' books. From The Bay Area Reporter.

Despite Citywide Cuts, West Philadelphia Alliance for Children Opens 18th School Library.  From SLJ.

Missouri’s Governor Will Release Library Funding That Has Been Withheld Since Last June.  From Library Journal.

Francesca Lia Block says Weetzie Bat is not a manic pixie dream girl: “I don’t love what I’ve seen of that.”  From Salon.

Inside The Mind Of The World's Naughtiest Children's Book Illustrator.  From The Huffington Post.

BBC chooses best children's books of all time - do you agree? From The Guardian.

Book author Joan Walsh Anglund says of Angelou stamp: ‘That’s my quote.’  From The Washington Post.

Dark Horse Comics Picks Up Magical Girl Zodiac Starforce.  From SLJ.

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