This Week’s Tweets, Pins and Tumbls

Here are the links I shared on my Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr accounts this week that I think are pretty cool:

Our Favorite Spring Themed Children's Books~ Buggy and Buddy

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Children’s Books: A Shifting Market http://buff.ly/1hMHm8F

Eight Favorite Books Starring Interesting, Exciting, Daring, Adventurous Girls!| Lori Day | http://buff.ly/1hWHLWc

How to keep kids reading through the summer – http://buff.ly/1hJ1KHG

Juicy As a Pear: Wanda Gag’s Delectable Books for Children : The New Yorker http://buff.ly/1nXaBGw

Jump into the #WeNeedDiverseBooks Campaign, Help Change the World | BOOK RIOT http://buff.ly/1rJnGUt #diversity #reading #books

Notable novels in verse – The Horn Book http://buff.ly/1nXfyzf

Resources and Kid Lit About American Indians | Focus On | School Library Journal http://buff.ly/1mdULGr

Top 10 life-affirming reads | Children’s books http://buff.ly/1hMGiSe

Wimpy Kid and Family to Hit the Road in ‘The Long Haul’ http://buff.ly/1iwSt6i

33 Reasons Why You’re Addicted To Books!

EBOOKS

Harper Lee agrees to ebook version of To Kill a Mockingbird | Books http://buff.ly/1hJ74uH

What You Need to Know Before Letting Your Kids Read E-Books http://buff.ly/1nX6jPG

Why the Smart Reading Device of the Future May Be … Paper | Science | WIRED http://buff.ly/1hWGRce

vintage librarian photos

LIBRARIES

How libraries are responding to the second digital divide http://buff.ly/R0vKVp

TEEN READS

Blindingly White: BookCon, John Green, and Knowing When It’s Time to Speak Up | BOOK RIOT http://buff.ly/1iwRinp

Should white people write about people of color? – Malinda Lo http://buff.ly/1hJc7eK