This Week’s Tweets and Pins

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

CHILDREN’S LIT

National Young Readers' Week, 1953. via words and eggs Illustration by Jan Balet

The Best Books For Kids Age 9-14? You Tell Us : NPR http://buff.ly/14smQ3F

Kids’ Books Stay Stubbornly White, Even as Demographics Shift – Atlanta Black Star http://buff.ly/1aeQsI9 #kidlit

Mark Lowery’s top 10 embarrassing moments in children’s books | Children’s books | http://guardian.co.uk http://buff.ly/122ezAx

Should adults read children’s books? http://buff.ly/1aeQmQS #kidlit

EBOOKS

Digital ‘Library For All’ Brings Books to Developing World http://buff.ly/14cr1AB

Why Genre Rules e-Books, and What the Big Publishers Are Doing About It http://buff.ly/14sp8zG #ebooks #publishers

LIBRARIES

3M SelfCheck, NoveList Partner on Reader Recommendation http://buff.ly/17C5CHm #libraries

ALA to senate: “protect privacy and civil liberties” – District Dispatch http://buff.ly/14XdNtS #libraries #privacy

SOCIAL MEDIA

Have You Been Avoiding LinkedIn Like The Plague? Here Is How To Get Started — socialmouths http://buff.ly/120BVqm

HootSuite launches an RSS reader, Syndicator, for social media managers | VentureBeat http://buff.ly/122waZl

How Women & Men Use Social Media Differently – Business 2 Community http://buff.ly/1clR7UM

Stephen King

TEEN LIT

10 Insane Facts About Marvel Comics – Listverse http://buff.ly/1clR6QC

10 Things to Know About Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl | Mental Floss http://buff.ly/12nJlIp

‘Divergent’ author Veronica Roth to release e-stories | Shelf Life | http://EW.com http://buff.ly/14e1KpG #yalit