Friday Linky List - July 18, 2014

From PW: Madeline in New York: Ludwig Bemelmans at the New York Historical Society. Wish I could go!

At the New York Times in their "Room for Debate": Green Eggs and Politics, Should Children's books deal with issues like politics, race and sexual orientation, or just keep it light? Read responses from several authors including fellow Hollins University colleague, Claudia Mills!

From Mashable via PW: Imagining a New Way to Read, One 3D-Printed Book at a Time - very cool!

Do you know about Shelf Unbound's "middle shelf" magazine? Great resource for the mid-grade fan! Here's the latest issue:

At HuffPost: These Amazing Before-And-After Drawings Show The Real Value of Proactice.

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