This Week’s Tweets and Pins

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

7 Ways to Follow ‘The Hunger Games’ Movie on Social Mediahttp://j.mp/wtGwz9

Best of the Best Reading List – Chicago Public Library http://j.mp/A1aB0j

Better Book Titles does Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnieshttp://j.mp/AdFkTk

Biblio File: GIMME GIMME! Conferences, bloggers, and Bitterbluehttp://j.mp/zUL2u1

Cinder Author Marissa Meyer: My Query Letter « Novel Novicehttp://j.mp/xwnGsh

How can we make every day a World Book Day? – Schools need more time for reading aloud http://j.mp/zLG93s

RT @msmisrule: Proof, if anyone actually needs it, that John Hughes invented contemporary YA fiction:http://bit.ly/eObFJ9

Reading Rainbow’s LeVar Burton to Receive Tufts Award for Children’s Media – http://j.mp/yIZe0C

‘Star’-Crossed: When Teens With Cancer Fall In Love : John Green on NPRhttp://j.mp/xulky4

Top 10: Best Middle Grade Chapter Books by Books4YourKids : PragmaticMomhttp://j.mp/xwbouB

Very Hungry Caterpillar is most read children’s book in Britain – MadeForMums http://j.mp/xIa6UW #kidlit

Wired Magazine wonders about Dystopian YA Novels http://j.mp/AAk34e

You must MUST must listen to Jack Gantos on NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!http://www.npr.org/2012/01/28/145998769/newbery-medal-winner-jack-gantos-plays-not-my-job