Friday Links List - 24 March 2017

From The Bookseller: YA Book Prize shortlist announced

From Playing by the Book: Juxtapositions, connections and the impact they have on reading and reviewing

From Artspace: "Don't Quote Deleuze": How to Write a Good Artist Statement

From Mashable: Court settles debate that's divided grammar nerds for decades

Michael Rosen: Curriculum-free zones - let's do it!

From Winning Spelling Bee Words from the Past 50 Years

From Nosy Crow: "What have they done to my library?" - Caitlin Moran's latest column

From Nathan Bransford: How To Know If You Have a Good Editor

From Bookshelf: Help stock donkey-drawn libraries in Somalia

From WNYC: Changing the World With Children's Book "Here, Javaka discusses his award-winning book, "Radiant Child The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquait," the inspiration for the story, and how society can use children's literature to change the world."

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