Friday Finds: April 3, 2020
Is it Friday already? What day is it? I think it must be Friday.
This Week at TLT
My debut novel is coming out…in the middle of a global pandemic, a guest post by Liz Lawson
Book Review: Somebody Told Me by Mia Siegert
Cindy Crushes Programming: DIY Price is Right Game, by Cindy Shutts
Girl, You Crack Me Up! Funny Female Authors in Middle Grade Fiction, a conversation with authors Jessica Kim and Arianne Costner
Turner Syndrome and Representation, a guest post by Sarah Allen
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Fall 2020 Showcase: Quests, anxiety, ghosts, rom-coms, and more!
New Books Alert: Folktales, Chernobyl, stand-up comedy, and more!
Making More Materials Discoverable in OverDrive: Curating Collections, a guest post by Kathryn King
March ARC Party: A look at the new MG and YA lit coming your way in March 2020
Sunday Reflections: The Story of the Tree is Our Story, a story of love and loss in the time of pandemic
Around the Web
Collecting Unemployment When You’re Self-Employed
9 Out Of 10 Children Are Out Of School Worldwide. What Now?
Disney Publishing Releases Online Reading Guidelines
Jason Reynolds Is the Bard of Black YA Fiction. Now He’s Written a Totally Different Kind of Book.
Best Fiction for Young Adults (#BFYA2021) Nominees Round Up, April 3 Edition
EveryLibrary Creates Fund to Help Library Workers in Need
A great roundup of learning from home resources by Debbie Ridpath Ohi
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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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