Friday Links List - 5 October 2018

From The Bookseller: Playwright Alan Pollock Pens Picture Book About WW2 Bear - this is the bear who is featured in the Princes Street Garden (I talked about him HERE).

From Brightly: 10 Nonfiction Books About Activism for Teens

From The Horn Book: All A-Board: Why the Hell Hasn't a Board Book Won the Caldecott!?

From SLJs Fuse #8: Down Syndrome and the Great Gaping (Longstanding) Children's Book Gap

From SLJ: Little Free Libraries: Pet Projects or Literacy Tools?

From The New York Post: This is where 'Wild Things' author Maurice Sendak created his magic

From BBC: Sir Quentin Blake reimagines Matilda 30 years on

From On the BookShelf: Sedbergh Book Shelter - awesome!

From BBC: Amazon raises wages amid criticism

From CILIP: Books and libraries bring illumination, hope and opportunity:Independently chaired Diversity Review sees actions taken to ensure greater diversity and representation in the country's oldest book awards for children and young people

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