Friday Links List - 13 April 2018

Happy Friday the 13th!

From The Condé Nast Traveler: 22 Ambassadors Recommend the One Book to Read Before Visiting Their Country (interesting list!)

From The Scottish Book Trust: Using Wordless Picture Books in Schools and Libraries

From Cynsations: Video: Rudine Sims Bishop on Mirrors, Windows & Sliding Doors

From The Sunday Herald: The Big Read: Everything you ever wanted to know about Classic Science Ficiton

From Mashable UK: A librarian discovered the secret codes used by elderly library-goers - hilarious!

From SLJ's Travis Jonker: The Most Frequently Challenged Books of 2017

From Barrington Stoke: 10 Inclusive Children's Book Laws from Anna McQuinn

From the New York Times: Teenage Vandals Were Sentenced to Read Books. Here's What One Learned.

From Nathan Bransford: Why it's important to know your book's genre

From The Paris Review: The Strange Magic of Libraries

From Brightly: 12 Super Magical Fairy Books for Kids

From Shelf Awareness: London Book Fair 2018: 'Tide Is Changing' for U.K. Bookselling :)

From The Bookseller: Momtaza Mehri picked as Young People's Laureate for London

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