Friday Finds – August 14, 2015
This Week at TLT
Sunday Reflections: Tough Girls Talk About Rape, a guest post by Rachel Gold
Why We Need Abuse and Sexual Violence/Abuse in LGBTQIA YA, a guest post by Sarah Benwell
Middle Grade Monday – Use it or Lose it (the kids’ perspective)
Misrepresentations of Violence in Julie Anne Peters’ Rage: A Love Story, a guest post by Megan Honig
Coercion and Sexual Violence in LGBTQIA Lit, a guest post by Nita Tyndall
The Need For Realistic, Compassionate Portrayals of Sexual Violence In LGBTQIA+ (and all YA) Lit, a guest post by Cheryl Rainfield
Around the Web
The Bloggess Writes a Love Letter to Libraries
Scholastic’s Upcoming Teen Books
The judge in the ‘kids for cash’ case in Pennsylvania was sentenced this week.
What will Sesame Street‘s move to HBO mean for children?
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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!
Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Anatole by Eve Titus, ill. Paul Gadone
Suee and the Strange White Light | This Week’s Comics
Jane Austen, Cowboys, and Comics, a guest post by Rey Terciero
The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving