This Week’s Tweets and Pins

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

You can check out my library-related and e-book related social media items on my Sites & Soundbytes blog.

‘Between Shades of Gray’: Discover the book that’s being confused for ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ | Shelf Lif… http://j.mp/Kodc6s #yalit

Career soars ever higher for children’s-book creator Peter Sis | Books | The Seattle Times http://j.mp/ICyK2d #kidlit #authors

Fox Animation Picks Up Children’s Book ‘Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom’ (Exclusive) – Hollywood Reporter http://j.mp/JNavR8 #kidlit

Interview: Veronica Roth on her book ‘Insurgent’ and feminism http://j.mp/IKvmzZ #yalit

James Dawson’s top 10 books to get you through high school | http://j.mp/ooI9mF http://j.mp/Kgmv8B #yalit

The Ongoing Problem of Race in Y.A. – The Atlantic Wire http://j.mp/Kglb5J #yalit

Philippa Gregory, new star of teen fiction – Telegraph http://j.mp/Knpv88 #yalit

The Return of ‘Rocket’ http://prsm.tc/nH61CR #kidlit

Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969 | Brain Pickings http://j.mp/w20lmf

Stephen King interviewed by Neil Gaimanhttp://prsm.tc/ZAchto

Suzanne Collins: Hunger Games author who found rich pickings in dystopia | Books | The Guardian http://j.mp/KgUYnx

Why are so many highly-praised children’s books gloomy? | Children’s books | http://j.mp/ooI9mF http://j.mp/IQS2A5 #kidlit

Writing Teen Fiction or Writing For Teens? by Marcus Sedgwick (guest post) | Writing Teen Novels http://j.mp/IjTRbq #yalit