This Weeks Tweets and Pins

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


Children’s & YA Revenues Up Nearly 41% This Year – GalleyCat

Fuse #8 – Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2013 #kidlit

Interview: Lane Smith, Author And Illustrator Of ‘Abe Lincoln’s Dream’ : NPR

Interview: Michael Sims, Author Of ‘The Story Of Charlotte’s Web’ : NPR #kidlit

A Wrinkle In Time, Scholastic, and why kids are the future of comics again | The A.V. Club



Newsweek Will Cease Print Publication at End of Year

Over 60 Companies Approved for Overdrive’s New Developer Tools | Good E-Reader –

Q&A: Random House VP Skip Dye on Ebooks in Libraries – The Digital Shift #ebooks #libraries



Man Shocked to Discover "Rather Violent" Gay Manga Sex in His Niece’s Library Book

"Perhaps the quickest fix for local stimulus is a public librarian w/a fire in the belly 2 make change" @PatriciaMartin

Thrown a Curve: Our Anti-Social Graduates at Work | Peer to Peer Review

Why Are Some Publishers So Wrong About Fair Use? | Peer to Peer Review



Flavorwire » 15 Scathing Early Reviews of Classic Novels

Science Fiction Sequels and Prequels That We Waited Years (or Decades) For

Why the iPad has revolutionized bedtime reading for parents & kids … | The Digital Media Diet



Five thoughts on increasing productivity and efficiency while reducing (or eliminating) email

How to Maximize Your New Twitter Profile | Social Media Examiner

Taking it to Twitter: Librarians Debate the Demise of Dewey | School Library Journal



H. Jack Martin: Your Teen is Reading WHAT? #yalit

John Green Interview: ‘Fault In Our Stars’ Author Talks Worst Book Ever, Where He Likes To Read #yalit

Love ‘Divergent’ by Veronica Roth’? 10 other teen reads you can’t miss | Shelf Life #yalit

Stacked: Microtrends in YA Fiction #yalit