From The Guardian: Fances Hardinge's THE LIE TREE Wins Costa Book of The Year 2015 - I want to read this!
From Scholastic's On Our Minds: Statement on Claim of Self-Censorship by Advocacy Groups (over "A Birthday Cake for George Washington")
From The Observer: What the Blues Can Teach You About Life, Art and Everything In-Between (also a great commentary on writing voice, although it's all about music)
From The Scottish Book Trust: Grimm Stories: Why fairy tales are not just for children's
From School Library Journal: Support Pours In for 11-Year-Old Girl Gathering 1,000 Books with Black Girl Protagonists
From Den of Geek! (via PW): From The 5th Wave to The 100: The State of Onscreen YA
From Literary Hub (via PW): Our Fairy Tales Ourselves: Storytelling From East to West
From Slate (via PW): Quiz: Match the Mouse to the Storybook - FUN! I got them all, how about you?
From The Bookseller: Said campaigns for more children's book reviews - HEAR! HEAR!
At It's Nice That: The man behind the best hand-painted classic film posters, Steven Chorney
From Scary Mommy: Kids Develop Better Language Skills When Dad Does The Bedtime Story