Friday Linky List - 25 March 2016

From PW: Cuban Odyssey, Coauthors give a reading at the island's only English-language bookstore

From PW: The King of Coloring Books: Laurence King Publishing

From TechCrunch: Blockai uses the blockchain to help artists protect their intellectual property - Interesting, but is it free?

From 100 Scope Notes: One of world's oldest children's books found in North Staffordshire

From PW: Enchanted Lion: A Visit with the Brooklyn-Based Indie Publisher

From From the Mixed Up Files: Interview with Dr. Phil Nel, children's book scholar

From Next Avenue: 5 Reasons to Enjoy Being an Old, Invisible Woman - love it!

From The Huffington Post: Unhappily Ever After: How Women Became Seen But Not Heard In Our Favorite Fairy Tales

From the ALSC Blog (Association of Library Service to Children): Challenged Caldecotts & This One Summer


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