This Week’s Tweets, Pins and Tumbls

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


11 Rare Children’s Books from the Library of Congress | Mental Floss #kidlit

The 13 Best Children’s, Illustrated, and Picture Books of 2013 | Brain Pickings #kidlit

Latinas for Latino Literature: Latino Children’s Literature Celebrating the Holidays #kidlit

P.L. Travers’ Mary Poppins books are full of dark delight | Movies | The Seattle Times #kidlit #classics

SLJ’s Top 10 Latino-themed Books of 2013 | School Library Journal #kidlit

Sesame Street’s ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Parody Is All About The Cookies

What books are great to read aloud? | Children’s books #kidlit

You’ve Seen the Movies, Now Read These 80+ Children’s Classics #kidlit


Norway To Digitize All Norwegian Books, Allowing Domestic IP Addresses To Read All Of Them | Techdirt


(100+) Tumblr on We Heart It


The Meaning of Libraries | Michael Benson … #libraries

Video game champions in the public library | Joystiq #libraries #gaming

What Are the Most Important Libraries in the World? | Mental Floss #libraries



Of the 124 Authors Who Made the ‘Times’ Top 10 Bestseller Lists in 2012, Only 3 Were People of Color | The Hairpin

Top Ten Ways to Encourage Children to Read Over Winter Break by Katherine Sokolowski | Nerdy Book Club #reading


10 Surprising Twitter Statistics To Help You Reach More Followers | Fast Company –

Pinterest Is Gaining Ground on Facebook and Twitter for News

Teens Dig Digital Privacy, If Snapchat Is Any Indication : All Tech Considered : NPR #privacy


At Book Riot today, I made an infographic for those of you seeking "gentle" or "green light" YA reads for all ages: …

Maurene Goo on How a Doctor and Lawyer Ended up Writing Young Adult Novels | Hyphen magazine #yalit

Not just for kids: Young adult books are big sellers – CBS News #yalit

Why Everyone Should Read More Science Fiction | Amie Kaufman #yalit