This Week’s Tweets and Pins

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


Children’s Book Recommendations To Celebrate Spring

First Book Gives 2 Awards in Stories for All Multicultural Project –

Kidlit Celebrates Women’s History Month

Three lives saved by a children’s book –


Top novelists look to ebooks to challenge the rules of fiction | Books|The Observer


24 hour library people: all work, no play? | Education

Cory Doctorow on Libraries, Hackspaces & E-Waste – Raincoast Books

"Ever since the creation of the Internet, the use of public libraries has been on the decline." – So not true!

"Filament Mind is the brilliant installation that graces the new Teton County Library in Wyoming."

A Librarian’s Guide to Makerspaces: 16 Resources – iLibrarian

Library as Publisher: A Massachusetts Public Library Will Soon Begin Publishing eBooks | LJ INFOdocket


Publishers are reshaping themselves – The Shatzkin Files


"Books show us what is possible, what is good and noble and what is to be avoided."

Douglas Adams’s life celebrated by Google doodle | Books

Download 14 Great Sci-Fi Stories by Philip K. Dick as Free Audio Books and Free eBooks | Open Culture

More states requiring third-graders to pass reading test to advance – The Washington Post


Oh, How Pinteresting!, Introducing Pinterest Web Analytics

Twitter and the (not so) subtle art of literary self-promotion | Nesrine Malik|Comment is free

Twitter Now Supports Line Breaks in Tweets