Friday Finds – April 24, 2015
Sunday Reflections: She is Safe? A Personal Reflection for Sexual Assualt Awareness Month
#FSYALit: Orthodox Representation in YA Lit
Middle Grade Monday – The Power of Doorstops
What’s New in LGBTQIA+ This Spring
The Trouble with Telling, author Kristin Halbrook discusses her new release EVERY LAST PROMISE for #SVYALit
March Arc Party: What the tweens/teens thought of some upcoming titles
#tearyya: the books that made us cry (and a sneak peek at VIOLENT ENDS)
Book Review: Things We Know by Heart by Jessi Kirby
Boom, Crash, The Sound of the Economy – featuring THE TRUTH ABOUT US by Janet Gurtler, THE HIT by Delilah S.Dawson and THE BULLIES OF WALL ST. by Sheila Bair
Around the Web
Maybe they can fix our justice system.
Zombie Apocalypse or Irate Library Patron?
We should play to our strengths.
The history of the YA designation, from NYPL.
MIT study of children’s brains looks at links between academic achievement, family income, and brain structures.
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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.
SLJ Blog Network
Watch The Yarn LIVE with Kate DiCamillo at ALA!
Review of the Day: Papá’s Magical Water-Jug Clock by Jesús Trejo, ill. Eliza Kinkz
Squire & Knight | Review
Why Sad Books are Vital in Kidlit, a guest post by Cassandra Newbould
The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving