Friday Links List - 08 September 2017

From The Bookseller: All-female Lord of the Flies adaptation sparks backlash (written by two men)

From Entertainment Weekly: The Diviners author Libba Bray has some thoughts on this all-female Lord of the Flies remake

From SCBWI British Isles "Words & Pictures": Illustrators and Social Media

From The Cybils: The 2017 Cybils Call for Judges: We Need YOU!

From the University of Glasgow: Celebrate International Literacy Day! (08 September)

From LuxuryWeb Magzine: A write-up by a friend's husband about their most recent trip: Once Again Scotland

From Illustoria: Why You Ought to Doodle Every Day

From Muddy Colors: Mastering Reference - St. George and the White Dragon by Donato

From The Write Life: You Can't Edit Your Own Book and Here are 7 Reasons Why

From Imagination Soup: Noteworthy Fall 2017 Picture Books

From SLJ: Blast from the (Recent) Past: 13 Great Middle Grade and YA reads set between 1969 and 2010 (called historical fiction - yup)

Also from SLJ: After Hurricane Harvey, School Librarians Provide Support and Stories (there's also a bit about how you can help)

The Eric Carle Museum Art Auction is now LIVE - CLICK HERE!
From Brightly: 17 Must-Read YA Books of Fall 2017

Meanwhile at Bookshelf: Don't you want this Book Reader Bedding Set?

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