Here are the links I shared on my Twitter and Pinterest accounts this week that you might find interesting:

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Eric Carle, Author Of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’, Announces New Book Called ‘Friends’ – http://buff.ly/159CeEr

Happy Birthday, Judy Blume! – http://buff.ly/15c74fy

I want to go to this school –> RT @librariancheryl: NYC to Name School in Honor Maurice Sendak http://huff.to/12Gz1wj via@HuffPostBooks

Miami Beach home of children’s book author Syd Hoff declared a historic literary landmark – Miami Beach http://buff.ly/X5Cr4O

EBOOKS

The e-book revolution is bypassing U.S. elementary schools – Computerworld http://buff.ly/X5Dt0I

Impelsys Enters Library Ebook Market, Joining OverDrive and 3M | Digital Book World http://buff.ly/15fALfD

LIBRARIES

top 10 productivity tips

ALA LibraryLab – Google+ – the mingling of librarians and Boing Boing readers – http://buff.ly/XzMWR1

BONK! Performance Series at Racine Public Library | Library as Incubator Project http://buff.ly/X5TBiT

Gaby Roslin: Why parents need Britain’s local libraries to be saved – Telegraph http://buff.ly/WTQZro

Hackerspace intro: Metrix Create:Space in Seattle, Washingtonhttp://buff.ly/X5QY0m

PUBLISHING

http://Beatrice.com » I Have Nothing to Say About Bookish http://buff.ly/WQgGsJ

READING

Your Brain on Books: 10 Things That Happen to Our Minds When We Read | OEDb http://buff.ly/159aOhK

WRITING

Ray Bradbury’s Tips on How To Sell 8 Million Books | Bestseller Labs – http://bit.ly/Yqt3c9

TEEN READS

Locus Online 2012 Recommended Reading List http://wp.me/p1iTZw-1Qb

MIND MELD: SF/F Book Recommendations for Teens 13-16 – SF Signal-SF Signal http://buff.ly/XzMQsB