This Week’s Tweets, Pins & Tumbls

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

I Am A Reader!:

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

25 years of Amazing Grace – http://buff.ly/1LsUiiW #kidlit

Better Book Title for I Want My Hat Back – http://buff.ly/1GIJojB #kidlit

Dark Horse Comics to Publish ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ Graphic Novel Series http://buff.ly/1joGCLA #kidlit

Five questions for Duncan Tonatiuh – The Horn Book http://buff.ly/1ZE9PlY #kidlit

Hervé Tullet announces next children’s book, ‘Let’s Play’ – http://buff.ly/1LsU9fe #kidlit

The Hidden Depths of Sandra Boynton’s Board Books – The New Yorker http://buff.ly/1LsZQoY #kidlit

Michael Ian Black on his surprising turn as a noted children’s book author – http://buff.ly/1X0L9lq #kidlit

We Need Diverse Books’ Author Visit: Rita Williams-Garcia – http://buff.ly/1ZkYKpO #kidlit #diversity

LIBRARIES

Bus service targets young riders with storytimes, songs – http://buff.ly/1joCxad #libraries

Library builder’s monument of books – BBC News – http://buff.ly/1Nd9MXv #libraries

Life, Library, and the Pursuit of Happiness http://buff.ly/1Zlqyui #libraries

TEEN READS

Beautiful Books That Are Beautifully Made by Donalyn Miller – http://buff.ly/1NbA3Fw #yalit

The Latest and Greatest Middle School Reads – http://buff.ly/1LtFiwI #yalit

Meg Rosoff makes major misstep in her uneducated response to books about diverse children – http://buff.ly/1LMg3w5 #yalit

New Zealand ban on Into the River lifted – http://buff.ly/1ZGiJ2k #yalit