News to Wake Your Brain Cells – May 1



Julie Andrews’ new storytelling podcast is a must-listen – Parade

Marlon James, Kao Kalia Yang among Minnesota Book Award winners – StarTribune

Middle grade books that help unpack complex conversations – Book Riot




Austin Public Library will not open locations on Friday – KXAN

Five unexpected benefits for eliminating library fines – InfoSpace

In-person services returning to Middle Georgia Regional Library – NBC 41

Librarians under pandemic duress: layoffs, napkin masks, and fear of retaliation – Book Riot

Libraries contemplate re-opening – Public Libraries

Texas State Library and Archives Commission Reopening Libraries: Resource Guide – Texas State Library




For spring, 3 YA tales of girls on the edge – NPR

Frances Hardinge: ‘Young adults tend to be more broad-minded than adults’ – The Bookseller

A rainbow of YA titles – Stacked

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