Friday Linky List - July 17, 2015

From The Amherst Bulletin (via PW): Renaissance Man Eric Carle Museum opens new exhibit on late illustrator Fred Marcellino

From The Guardian (via PW): Top writing tips for new children's authors from top editors

From The Guardian (via PW): 150 Years of Alice in Wonderland - in pictures

From PW: Authors, Booksellers & Agents Call for DoJ to Investigate Amazon (to investigate if Amazon has a monopoly on the retail book sales business

From School Library Journal's Betsy Bird's Fuse #8: When Clothing Approximates Sexism (and other woes)

From 100 Scope Notes (at SLJ): The Newbery Title Frankenstein, Create your own Newbery title

At Horn Book: Louis Sachar Talks with Roger (Sutton)

From Authors Helping Writers (via SCBWI Belgium): The Hardest Part of Writing Good Character Arcs - and How You Can Make It Look Easy!

From Washington's Top News (via PW): Vending machines in Anacostia provide free children's books

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