Friday Linky List - June 5, 2015

Great interview with illustrator Erin Eitter Kono (Creator of Caterina) at Brightly

At the Bookseller: The Myth of Discoverability

At HuffPost (via PW): Here's Why Famous Authors Chose Their Fake Names

From SeattlePi (via PW): Latest study confirms that school libraries positively impact student test scores

At the Stylist: The greatest wisdom from Roald Dahl books for all moments in grown-up life

Do you know about John Green's CRASH COURSE series on Youtube? You should! Check it out!

From Matador (via PW): 20 Obsolete English Words That Should Make a Comeback - I like 'jargogle' and 'kench'

At Nathan Bransford: The best way to thank a writer: write a review - SO TRUE!!! PLEASE WRITE PUBLIC REVIEWS OF THE BOOKS YOU LOVE!!!

From School Library Journal: The Authoritative Guide to Children's Books Turned Into TV Shows by Travis Jonker

At BrainPickings (via PW): The Brothers Grimm in Three Transcendent Dimensions: Shaun Tan 's Breathtaking Sculptural Illustrations for the Beloved Tales

From the Scottish Book Trust: 11 Teen Books About Growing Up in Scotland - I need to read these!

From The New York Times (via PW): What Judy Blume's Books Meant

At Salon: Inside the passionate "girl-topi" of BookCon: Where authors are rock stars and geek-chic girls rule

At Shelf Awareness: Jacqueline Woodson New Young People's Poet Laureate

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