Friday Linky List - 15 January 2016

From Dose: A map of the most famous fictional character from every U.S. state - funny!

From The Atlantic: Why the British Tell Better Children's Stories - bad title, fascinating article!

From The Read Quarterly: Come Home, Yeh Xian - Reclaiming Cinderella by Nury Vittachi

At PW: De la Peña, Blackall, Ruby Win Newbery, Caldecott, Printz - and the rest of the ALA award results

CLICK HERE for the full list of ALA Award winners

From Janice Hardy's Fiction University: What You Need to Know About Show, Don't Tell

At How To Be A Children's Book Illustrator - Children's Illustration: Completely Different - an article about Denise Fleming's pulp paper technique. Fascinating!

From The Telegraph: Who was Charles Perrault? Why the fairy tales you know may not be as they seem

From Historyextra: Supernatural stories: 9 amazing British folktales

At rfi: Angouleme comics festival faces boycott as no women nominated for prize (out of 30 nominees)

At Notes from the Slush Pile: The Ordinary World is About Context Not Setting

From The Writers Journey: Memo: "A Practical Guide to Joseph Cambell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces" by Christopher Vogler © 1985

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