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:

Buried in books all day every day!:


9 Children’s Books That Help Your Kid Understand White Privilege

The 11 Best Teachers in Children’s Literature | Brightly

British Library to Mark Harry Potter’s 20th With Exhibition

Contribution to Scottish children’s literature award launched | The Bookseller

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: new film confirmed for 2017

From preschool through high school: 24 great books that show empathy, kindness

Here’s my recap of SOME of the best picture books from the first half of 2016

“I had always aspired to do an epic wordless picture book”: see our Q&A with Randy Cecil

Kids get hair cut, heads filled thanks to Books With Barbers reading program

Let Kids Read Whatever They Want to Read

Listen to Aaron Becker on podcast talking about RETURN:

Liz Pichon on how dyslexia inspired her Tom Gates children’s books – and made them a global phenomenon

The Merits of Reading Real Books to Your Children

Teasers Unveiled For The Charlie and The Chocolate Factory Broadway Show

Tough times out there? Here’s why reading with your kids is more important now than ever.

What Happened When I Read My Favorite Childhood Book As An Adult

Let me just check the... CAT-alog for you.:


Anne Carroll Moore, the Librarian Who Changed Children’s Literature Forever

Can Twitter Fit Inside the Library of Congress?

I took the Movement for Black Lives pledge for peace and justice. Will you join me?

New York Public Library puts 300,000 titles online with new e-book app

Public Libraries as Hubs of Health Information

Rediscover your local library



Diversity In Book Publishing Isn’t Just About Writers — Marketing Matters, Too

Reading the New “Harry Potter” Book Could Actually Help You Live Longer

Study finds brain connections key to reading


Transgender themes enter teen fiction