This Week’s Tweets

Here are the links I shared on Twitter this week:


11 Genuinely Terrifying Moments From Children’s Books

30 Children’s Books About Diversity That Celebrate Our Differences

Gran’s hilarious video has led to Wonky Donkey children’s book selling out

Is This an Exceptional Moment for Picture Books? | ShelfTalker

Must Have Books for Girl Leaders –

Survey: 50 percent of parents don’t read to their child every day

Three picture books that portray the lives of artists in glorious, living color:

“When I was a kid, as someone who refused to read until I was eighteen years old, it was poetry that saved my life – because it was less daunting, there were less words on the page, the white space felt a little less intimidating.”


The Pack Horse Librarians Of Eastern Kentucky – NPR


“I wanted to write about kids not dealing with violence or trauma, just falling in love, but still making some sort of political statement”: on ‘Pride,’ a Jane Austen-inspired YA romance set in contemporary Brooklyn

Rainbow Rowell unveils cover for first graphic novel, ‘Pumpkinheads,’ illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks –