Sunday, February 25, 2018

Childrens Books in the Media


From School Library Journal:
Unpacking Anne Ursu's Survey and the Fallout. Click here
From Vulture:
Keira Drake on The Continent and Its Twitter Backlash. Click here
From the Guardian:
Playwright and author Paul Zindel's estate says The Shape of Water used his work without credit. Click here
From the New York Times:
How Much Magic Can Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Make on Broadway? Click here
From Variety:
Will A Wrinkle in Time Be the Film That Dethrones Black Panther? Click here
From NPR:
Piecing Me Together Novelist Renée Watson Says She Writes to Help Kids Feel Seen. Click here
From the New York Times:
Brian Selznick on the books that made him a reader. Click here
From the Cut:
I Think About This a Lot: When Stuart Little Went on a Date. Click here
From Deadline:
Jeff Daniels to Head Aaron Sorkin's To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway. Click here
From School Library Journal:
2018 Notables, American Indian Youth Lit, and More Awards Announced. Click here
2018 Best Fiction for Young Adults List. Click here
From Brightly:
17 Books That Kids Say Have Helped Them Find Their Own Voice. Click here
From the Pacific Standard:
How Will Publishing Deal with Lemony Snicket Amid #MeToo? Click here
From GQ:
The Bright Future of Queer Literature Is the Young-Adult Novel. Click here
From the Telegraph:
Work has begun on the TV adaptation of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials. Click here
From the Los Angeles Times:
Tahereh Mafi on her next book, about a Muslim American teen after 9/11. Click here
From the Guardian:
Only half of preschool children are being read to daily, U.K. study finds. Click here
From Book Riot:
How Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are Helped Me Understand My Son. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer's first-ever picture book. Click here
From the Star Tribune:
Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt is coming to Netflix. Click here
From School Library Journal:
30 Realistic and Historical Fiction Books with Black Main Characters. Click here
From Brightly:
Finding the Space Between Words and Images: Inside an Illustrator's Process. Click here
From Literary Hub:
Before There Was YA, There Were Horse Books. Click here
From Brightly:
Making Our Voices Heard: Books About Activism for Kids.
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