This Week’s Tweets, Pins & Tumbls

Here are some cool links I shared on my Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr accounts these last couple of weeks:

Picture Books that Teach Kids to Combat Racism:


8 Picture Books that Deconstruct Gender Norms

“25 Picture Books That Promote Empathy and Respect”

And the Undie Goes To . . . — 100 Scope Notes

At 7-Imp today, a big, beautiful new collection of some of Tomi Ungerer’s work: .

Books do speak to children’s imagination, says author Julia Donaldson

Celebrate picture books! Reading is “the grand conversation of humanity”

Children’s book author Jon Klassen and the morally ambiguous universe of hats – Salisbury Post

Children’s books to add to your gift-giving list

A couple great picks from here! 🙂 Children’s Books that Encourage Kindness

Fairytale feast of recipes inspired by children’s books

“Family Reading: A place for ALL families”

“Finding Home: 5 Middle Grade Novels About Immigration”

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to Publish Picture Book of John Lennon’s Song of Peace and Tolerance, “Imagine”

How to write great books for children and young adults

Interview with Mary Cronk Farrell, author of Fannie Never Flinched – ALSC Blog

Moving On Up: ‘They All Saw a Cat’

New York Public Lib Reveals its List of Best Books for Kids and Teens Just in Time for The Holidays

Linkubator Roundup: Week of November 13 2016:


A Bronx Librarian Keen on Teaching Homeless Children a Lasting Love of Books

Considering the Denver Public Library’s mission in the wake of the election

“Open to Change | Office Hours” – Unstaffed public libraries increase access at GCPL

State of Michigan says literacy is not a fundamental right

reading humour:


29 YA Books About Mental Health That Actually Nail It

“2016 Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Books for Teens”

Faces of Color on 2017 YA Books

Netflix Orders ‘The Kissing Booth’; YA Adaptation To Be Produced By Komixx

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