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 BOOKS

Charlotte’s Library: Apply to be a Cybils Panelist starting Thursday, or, Why 150 isn’t a scary number of books http://buff.ly/14hvzFf

The Complete Listing of All Public Children’s Literature Statues in the United States — @fuseeight http://buff.ly/14hvr8C

Fall 2013 Preview: The Season’s Big Books – includes YA and kids books http://buff.ly/1eEcP7I #kidlit #yalit

Five questions for Mitali Perkins – The Horn Book http://buff.ly/143WdRQ #kidlit

Indigenous protagonists and people of color – The Horn Book http://buff.ly/19gXMDY #kidlit #yalit

Must-have Board Books for Early Childhood Collections | School Library Journal http://buff.ly/13LAdib #kidlit

New England writers at work: Jeff Kinney http://buff.ly/15rjlcg #kidlit #authors

Rebecca Stead’s top 10 American children’s classics you may have missed | Children’s books http://buff.ly/1exk2pZ #kidlit

The Top Ten Laughing Books | Nerdy Book Club http://buff.ly/13hseeh #kidlit

EBOOKS

Seth’s Blog: An end of books http://buff.ly/13mMACV #ebooks #libraries

LIBRARIES

At Libraries Across America, It’s Game On : NPR http://buff.ly/1eEfEpm #libraries

City Schools Are Quietly Using Fewer Librarians http://buff.ly/13hscTG #libraries #schools

The digital age is forcing libraries to change. Here’s what that looks like. http://buff.ly/1extwSg #libraries

From libraries to laundromats: Innovative community partnerships promote literacy http://buff.ly/11Zygxu #libraries

New director, young guns guiding Chattanooga’s library system through a renaissance http://buff.ly/15uyzNU #libraries

Why writers should stand up for libraries – Boing Boing http://buff.ly/13LCSs0 #libraries #ebooks #authors

PRIVACY

If You Use Gmail, You Should Have ‘No Legitimate Expectation Of Privacy’ – Business Insider http://buff.ly/14bsPJl

READING

Your Brain on Books: 10 Things That Happen to Our Minds When We Read http://buff.ly/1eAx06v #reading

TEEN READS

21-year-old novelist Samantha Shannon set to emulate JK Rowling’s success – Telegraph http://buff.ly/11WLHOG #yalit

I’m Here. I’m Queer. What the Hell do I read?: Our Intern Aaron’s LGBTQ Teen Manga Review Wrap-Up http://buff.ly/17cMACx #yalit

Laurie Halse Anderson tackles alcoholism, PTSD in book http://buff.ly/13hsgmx #yalit

Manga Publishers Look To Cross Borders With Digital Distribution http://buff.ly/1eE5CV2 #manga