Friday Finds – November 14, 2014
Sunday Reflections: How Libraries Can Help Communities Write a CAN DO NARRATIVE, reflections from the Wisconsin Library Association annual conference
Middle Grade Monday – Booooooolean Searching
Book review: Gracefully Grayson by Ami Polonsky
The Beauty and the Beast Effect in YA Literature
TPiB: Touch Screen Gloves from the Robot Test Kitchen
The Beauty and the Beast Effect in YA Literature part II, a discussion of rape/abduction fantasies by author Christa Desir
YA A to Z
- E. Lockhart
- Sharon Flake
- Lamar Giles
- Rachel Hawkins
- Justina Ireland
- Maureen Johnson
- Julie Kagawa
- David Levithan
Around the Web
In case you’re having a bad day – Kitty!
There’s a Read-a-Thon going on for one of my favorite books.
State spending on prisons has outgrown education funding. Surprise…not.
What it really means to be a public school educator.
Time Magazine wants to ban young people, women, and minorities. Only sort of joking.
4 Takeaways from the Census Report on Poverty
For you middle grade fans, here’s a great list of blogs.
Filed under: Friday Finds News Roundup
About Robin Willis
After working in middle school libraries for over 20 years, Robin Willis now works in a public library system in Maryland.
SLJ Blog Network
BLUE FLOATS AWAY Turns Two!
Review of the Day – Bear and Bird: The Picnic and Other Stories by Jarvis
Review: Swim Team
Peachtree and Peachtree Teen Showcase: New titles from February through July 2023
The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving