Friday Linky List - November 14, 2014

Kevan Atteberry and Patrick Girouard made some arts. Here's the link to their hilarious monsters and robots worked into vintage photographs -

At Boingboing: Molly Crabapple's 15 rules for creative success in the Internet age - for adults only! I don't like her prices on self-publishing projects - way too low - but I really like her numbered points.

At BuzzFeed: An Illustrated Guide to Writing People of Color

From Encurious: 20 Quotes From Children's Books Every Adult Should Know

At School Library Journal, Travis Jonker's syndicated 100 Scope Notes: Breakdown: The National Book Award/Newbery Overlap

At Huffpost: 18 Excellent Gifts for Kids That Aren't Even Toys

At SLJ: Two Teens Start "Coding for Kids" Program at Silicon Valley Libraries. I think this is such a good idea. One of the best things I ever did was teach myself html. It gives you so much more freedom online!

From The Atlantic Video: Gentrification 'Without the Negative' in Columbus, Ohio - Go Artists!

Katie Couric World 3.0: The New Face of Transgender Youth - What a brave girl. Education is SO important!!!

From The Daily Dahlia (Adler): It's Not Just You - good advice.

At EarlyWord (via 100 Scope Notes): The NYT Best Illustrated: A Judge's Experience

From The Culture Trip (via Shelf Awareness): The USA's 10 Most Beautiful Bookshops

From The Star (via Shelf Awareness): Train car converted to library a hit in Hamilton - What a GREAT idea!!!

Check out Darcy Pattison's 30 DAYS TO A STRONGER NOVEL workshop, now live on And there's an early bird discount!

At SLJ: 2014 Jane Addams Book Awards Highlight Human Rights - a wrap-up of the awards ceremony. Lovely.


Sarah Lamstein said...

Your posts are a gift, Elizabeth, especially today's - so rich! Thank you.

Elizabeth O. Dulemba said...

Thank you so much for that Sarah!!! It means so much to me when my readers reach out! Hugs, e