Friday Links List - 03 March 2017

From The Scottish Book Trust: How Libraries Help Refugees

Also, Picture Books to Help Celebrate LGBT History Month (in the UK)

From Kidlit Artists: Putting Together a Dummy the Smart Way

At Storyline Online, watch Hector Elizondo read Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch OR watch Dulé Hill read As Fast As Words Could Fly

From Middle Grade Strikes Back: #CoverKidsBooks - One Year On (discussing media space allotted to children's book reviews)

From The Amazon Book Review: 5 Things You May Not Know About Margaret Wise Brown, the namesake of our annual Margaret Wise Brown Prize at Hollins University

From The Local (via 100 Scope Notes): Why French children's books might keep grown ups awake at night

From NPR, (also via 100 Scope Notes): 'The Poky Little Puppy' And His Fellow Little Golden Books Are Turning 75

March is Women's History Month! Celebrate by watching Kiernan Shipka read The House That Jane Built at Storyline

From USA Today: Women's History Month: 31 days of amazing women

From Muddy Colors: Visual Hierarchy (on illustrating book covers)

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