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:



Baby Books – Fowl Language Comics

Dinosaurs At Bedtime  –

Faith Erin Hicks Interview for ‘The Nameless City’ – GeekDad

The Inside Story of Rudyard Kipling and ‘The Jungle Book’

‘It Takes A Lot Of Bravery To Be Kind,’ Says Kids’ Author Kate DiCamillo

James Cross Giblin, 82, Wide-Ranging Author of Books for Children, Dies

The masses have spoken and they want BLOOD! A review of Samurai Rising. Beheadings galore!

Miss Peregrine author returns with illustrated collection of fairytales

My Republica – Exploring children’s literature in Nepal

Where Were These Kids Field Guides When I Was a Kid? – GeekDad

With ‘Thunder Boy Jr.,’ Sherman Alexie hopes to help correct a problem

C.S. Lewis:


Brown County to again consider library changes

Cat-Owning, Knit-Loving, ‘Hopelessly Sterotypical’ Librarian Is A ‘Jeopardy’ Badass

Fewer Americans Are Visiting Local Libraries—and Technology Isn’t to Blame

Madison Public Library wins nation’s highest library and museum honor for community service

Wisconsin’s Oldest Library Founded This Week In 1836 | Wisconsin Public Radio

RT : Libraries Need Diverse Books » Public Libraries Online

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Catching Up With Comedian Jeffery Self On His New Young Adult Novel ‘Drag Teen’

Kids Can Press to Launch Teen Imprint

Naming Super-Man – Gene Luen Yang on Kenan Kong, China’s new hero –

Why Jane Eyre is most definitely a YA novel