This Week’s Tweets, Pins & Tumbls

Here are some cool links I shared on my TwitterPinterest, and Tumblr accounts in the last week:


23 Picture Book Biographies for Women’s History Month

31 New Picture Book Biographies to Celebrate Women’s History Month by Kate Hannigan via

The 2017 CCBC multicultural statistics in children’s and young adult literature have been posted on the CCBC blog. Read more at

Children who grow up surrounded by books ‘earn more as adults’ – study –

Happy National Women’s History Month! Celebrate with these biographical picture books:

New British campaign recreates famous movie posters with Black leads to call for more diverse blockbusters.


The Danish Union of Librarians has launched an utterly cool and important library advocacy training program and I wrote a bit about it

In the fight over net neutrality, librarians call for action | by on

“More than three-fourths of librarians reported that they spend their own money on their libraries, spending an average of $302 a year.” –

Once It Was Overdue Books. Now Librarians Fight Overdoses – NYT


THE BELLES author talks with UGLIES author about creation, collaboration, and the concept and costs of beauty.

So you want to read sapphic YA! Here are a few titles to help you build your lesbian and bi reading list: