Friday Links List - 5 January 2018

From Editorial director at Lee & Low Books, Cheryl Klein: A Conversation with Financial Therapist Elaine Grogan Luttrull (be sure to subscribe the Cheryl's newsletter while you're there)

From LearnCode: LEARNCODE - seriously. Years ago, I taught myself html and css from online resources. You can too!

From Changing Minds: Plots (includes Booker's Seven Basic Plots)

From WNDB (We Need Diverse Books): WNDB Announces the 2018 Water Awards, with Jacqueline Woodson & Linda Sue Park

From The Bookseller: Children's author Babette Cole dies (after this write up - I so wish I'd known her!)

From Muddy Colors: Art for Exposure - NO!

From The New York Times: Ask Roxane: Is It Too Late to Follow My Dreams?

From SLJs 100 Scope Notes: For a laugh: Auto-Completed Children's Books (#1) Goodnight Moon

From the New Statesman: Why Norway is the best place in the world to be a writer

From Brightly: The Best Children's and YA Books of January 2018

From The New York Times: Jacqueline Woodson Is Named National Ambassador for Young People's Literature

From The Casual Optimist: Notable YA Covers of 2017 - GREAT!

From ABC Australia: From Sleeping Beauty to The Frog Prince: Why we shouldn't ban fairytales

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