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:

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CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Indigenous children’s books aim to preserve traditional language | Donnybrook-Bridgetown Mail http://buff.ly/19bFa3w #australia #kidlit

Thoughts on Newbery: The Age Problem | educating alice http://buff.ly/14brtBZ #kidlit

Top 10 Children’s Picture Books to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month http://buff.ly/1dpV90U #kidlit

The UK needs truly authentic children’s books – now | The Jewish Chronicle http://buff.ly/1dpVel9 #kidlit #Jewish

What Are Children’s Books For? | The Nation http://buff.ly/1dpV50W #kidlit

EBOOKS

A Reading App Raises a Question: What Does It Mean to Own a Book? : The New Yorker http://buff.ly/16E06Bt #ebooks

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LIBRARIES

20 Most Magnificent Places To Read Books http://buff.ly/1gEeATc

Libraries as Publishers | American Libraries Magazine http://buff.ly/1eVT6pB #libraries

Strombo | Why Go To The Library? Here Are Some Great Reasons, In The Style Of Vintage Book Covers http://buff.ly/18iIVlg #libraries

When the Library Is Bigger Than the School | School Library Journal http://buff.ly/19O7fyE #libraries

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TEEN READS

Censoring Books in School Doesn’t Keep Teens From Learning About Rape | The Stir http://buff.ly/1emJgvA #yalit

The sequel to ‘The 5th Wave’ gets a title | Shelf Life http://buff.ly/1aOLbF8 #yalit

Talking With Rainbow Rowell About Censorship http://buff.ly/1882S2i #yalit