Friday, August 28, 2015

Children's Books in the Media


From the Guardian:
Terry Pratchett "was working on new Discworld stories when he died." Click here
From the N.Y. Daily News:
Amazon e-book deal with NYC public schools postponed; blind advocates say it leaves out visually impaired students. Click here
From ABC News:
JetBlue Vending Machines Dispense Free Kids' Books in D.C. Click here
From the Guardian:
Patrick Ness: "Books are such a private experience and you bring your life to it." Click here
From NPR:
'George' Wants You To Know: She's Really Melissa. Click here
From Flavorwire:
Before You See 'Z for Zachariah,' Revisit the Dark YA Novel It’s Based On. Click here
From the Hollywood Reporter:
MGM has optioned film rights to ‘Everything, Everything,’ a debut novel by Nicola Yoon. Click here
From People:
Singer Mariah Carey to release a picture book based on her hit song “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” Click here
From 100 Scope Notes:
"Allow yourself to fall asleep...": The Ethics of a Bestselling Bedtime Book. Click here
From the Guardian:
Rebecca Stead: "In real life, there are
always more than two doors." Click here
From New York:
What Science Says About Kids and Gender-Labeled Toys. Click here
From the Guardian:
Kate Beaton's top 10 warrior princesses: from Elizabeth I to Boudicca. Click here

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