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 cool:



Can We Talk of Solutions? Regarding Diversifying Children’s Literature #diversity #kidlit

‘Castle Hangnail’: Disney, Ellen DeGeneres Team Up to Adapt Kids Fantasy Book (Exclusive) #kidlit

Editorial: We’re Not Rainbow Sprinkles – The Horn Book #diversity #lgbt #kidlit

Emily Jenkins Apologizes for “A Fine Dessert” #kidlit

Eoin Colfer: ‘It’s time I moved on from Artemis Fowl’ #kidlit

J.K. Rowling Is Writing Her First Children’s Book Since ‘Harry Potter’ #kidlit

The Kid’s Book ‘A Fine Dessert’ Has Award Buzz — And Charges of Whitewashing Slavery #kidlit

The Quiet Noisy Book: A Little-Known Vintage Gem by Margaret Wise Brown #kidlit

Reading While White: On Letting Go #kidlit

Top 10 haunted houses in fiction #kidlit

‘Wayside School’ author Louis Sachar talks new books and old #kidlit


Amazon Is About to Start Paying Some Authors Every Time Someone Turns a Page #ebooks

Libraries: We're Netflix for books!:


Amazon’s New Seattle Bookstore Feels Surprisingly Familiar #libraries

How a Landmark Library Is Reinventing Itself—Without Losing Its Purpose #libraries

Saskatoon Public Library waives nearly $1 million in overdue fees #libraries

Some public libraries home to rare and valuable treasures – The Boston Globe #libraries


Best Books 2015 — Goodreads Choice Awards

Problems Only Book Lovers Understand #reading



Darren Shan: the joy of a great cliffhanger #yalit

Rainbow Rowell is the best thing to happen to young adult literature in ages #yalit

A Refreshing Romp of a YA Graphic Novel: Nimona #yalit

Teens spend 9 hours a day using media, report says