This Week’s Tweets, Pins & Tumbls

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


12 Kid-Approved Middle Grade Books That Tackle Mental Health |

Black Kids Don’t Want to Read About Harriet Tubman All the Time |

In Junot Diaz’s ‘Islandborn,’ A Curious Child Recreates Her Dominican Roots |

Top 10: Best Picture Books for Summer Reading (ages 1-8)


‘Children Of Blood And Bone’ Tackles Heavy Themes In A Magical World

David Levithan Wins Chicago Tribune Young Adult Literary Award |

Fantasy, contemporary, historical: there’s a YA series for every reader in this great-big-not-small round-up!

Frustrated with Marvel and DC? Here some comics from smaller presses:

Greetings, fellow bookish introverts! We have 33 perfect excuses for staying in tonight (and every night this month) –

Nic Stone and Julie Murphy on why they’re telling stories of hope in the Trump era –

Q & A with Elizabeth Acevedo –

Random House announces the publication of a new novel by ‘The Book Thief’ author Markus Zusak

What ‘Love, Simon’ says to gay teens — and why that message matters –

“Why Reading Sherman Alexie Was Never Enough” by via