Friday Links and Book Reviews - 12 October 2018

Introducing HONU AND MOA written by my friend Edna Cabcabin Moran. This is a charming, Hawaiian retelling of Aesop's "The Tortoise and the Hare." I hope you'll check it out!

From The Guardian: Jon Walter's top 10 refugee heroes in children's fiction

From School Library Journal: How to Speak Administrator

From Atlas Obscura: Misty of Chincoteague: The texidermy remains of the most popular pony in children's literature. (A little creepy.)

From PW: An Ever-Growing Demand for Middle Grade Graphic Novels: Readers can't get enough of girl-centered stories

From Nerdy Book Club: The Power of Literacy: Changing the Narrative of Toxic Masculinity by Travis Crowder

From Muddy Colors: Moby Dick Covers (cool!)

From Secciones: Aparece un Goya que estaba en paradero desconocido desde 1928 (a new painting by Goya has been found!)

From Myth and Moor: What is the point of writing?

From Brain Pickings: Michael Rosen's Sad Book: A Beautiful Anatomy of Loss, Illustrated by Quentin Blake

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