Friday, April 24, 2015

Children's Books in the media


From the Wall Street Journal:
A never-seen passage cut from A Wrinkle in Time sheds light on the author's political philosophy. Click here
From BuzzFeed:
A cover reveal for Rainbow Rowell's forthcoming YA novel, Carry On. Click here
From Bustle:
Why Showing Representations of Female Friendships in YA Is More Important Than Ever. Click here
From the New York Times:
A Star-Studded Book Tour Planned for Judy Blume's Latest. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
The Harry Potter Alliance launches its 'Accio Books!' donation campaign. Click here
From Bustle:
21 Books From Childhood You Forgot That You Loved. Click here
Middle Grade Authors' Favorite Indie Bookstores. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
Q&A with Thirteen Reasons Why author Jay Asher on bullying and teen suicide prevention. Click here
From CBC News:
A Quebec girl is told to by her bus driver to stop reading books on the school bus. Click here
From the Cambridge News:
Not just for kids: Martin Salisbury on his new book, 100 Great Children's Picture Books. Click here
From the New Yorker:
Can Fiction Show Us How Animals Think? Click here
From the Hollywood Reporter:
J.J. Abrams Reveals His Favorite Childhood Book. Click here
From the Bookseller:
A new bookstore focusing on children’s books opens in Ireland. Click here
Young Adult Authors' Favorite Indie Bookstores. Click here

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