Friday Finds – April 17, 2015
Sunday Reflections: YouTube Killed the MTV Star (#YouTubeWeek)
From the Screen to the Page: How the YouTube Sensation Became a YA Book, a guest post by Paige McKenzie and Alyssa Sheinmel (#YouTubeWeek)
Middle Grade Monday – YouTube for the Tween Crowd
#SVYALit: ALL THE RAGE and rape culture, Trish Doller interviews author Courtney Summers
#YouTubeWeek: A BookTube Crash Course, a guest post by AbbyRoseReads
#YouTubeWeek: What’s Hot on YouTube, a guest post by Rose
YouTube, Virtual Communities, and Teen Sexual Health
Around the Web
Just what tweens and teens need – e-cigs.
Cultural appropriation called out by a Hunger Games actress.
Holly Black’s Darkest Part of the Forest wins the ABA for Young Adult Literature!
And then there was this. *Sobs* *Thinks about orphans her friends have adopted.*
This is just weird to think about…what would I do with that money?
If you haven’t yet, have a look at the #tothegirls Tweets.
Important moments in representation. May they be as numerous as the stars in the sky.
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About Robin Willis
After working in middle school libraries for over 20 years, Robin Willis now works in a public library system in Maryland.
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