News to Wake Your Brain Cells – Dec. 11

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Candidates for the 2022 Hans Christian Andersen Awards Announced – Publishers Weekly

‘Harriet the Spy’ author Louise Fitzhugh’s secret, subversive life – New York Post

Picture this: these beautiful books help children read the world – The Conversation

The ten best children’s books of 2020 – Smithsonian Magazine

Why nostalgia for classic children’s books is a problem – tes

LIBRARIES

Amazon Publishing in talks to offer e-books to public libraries – Publishers Weekly

Library leaders brace for budget cuts – Inside Higher Ed

They will kill your library, too – Current Affairs

UK’s public libraries record another year of cuts, with yet more on the way – The Guardian

YA LIT

10 new YA books to put on your wishlist – Book Riot

17 great YA books to gift your friends (or yourself) in 2020 – Refinery29

Q&A with April Henry – Mystery & Suspense

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