Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Children's Books in the Media


From the New York Times:
In the era of Common Core, English class looks a little different. Click here
From the Bookseller:
Carnegie winner Tanya Landman condemns library closures. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
If I Stay author Gayle Forman will write her first novel for adults. Click here
From Hypable:
The film of Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson, + Lauren Myracle gets a release date. Click here
From Hypable:
Why J.K. Rowling needs to never let Harry Potter go. Click here
From the Huffington Post:
13 Children's Authors Who Should Have Written Fiction For Adults. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
Four young adult authors give the best responses to their Internet critics. Click here
From BuzzFeed:
Is This a 'Dear America' Book or a Jaden Smith Tweet? Click here
From GalleyCat:
How Long It Takes Kids to Read Popular Books: Infographic. Click here
From WDBJ7:
Books on Buses program aims to keep kids reading. Click here
From the Guardian:
Selfies, sex, and body image – the revolution in books for teenage girls. Click here
From the Huffington Post:
The Story Of Nancy Drew, Once Far More Ballsy Than The Girl Sleuth You Know. Click here
From the Telegraph:
Many hoppy returns: Dick Bruna's Miffy turns 60. Click here
From A.V. Club:
Not Catching Fire: 21 YA adaptations that failed to launch franchises. Click here
From the Guardian:
If Hollywood won't feature modern superheroines, then it's up to YA fiction. Click here
From BuzzFeed:
Which YA Book Should You Read Based On Your Favorite Emoji? Click here

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