Friday Links List - 28 June 2019

From SLJ: Isn’t it time to stop Wikipedia shaming? YES!!!

Also from SLJ: An Updated Look at Diversity in Children's Books

From Cambridge Childrens Lit: Building New Communities in UK Children’s Literature Research: A Colloquium (Their write-up on the colloquium I attended in Newcastle.

From The Bookseller: Two thirds of professional writers earn less than £10k, RSL survey finds

From CILIP: This year's Carnegie and Greenaway Award Winners Are...

From SLJ: School Librarians Should Be Required, Not Fodder for Short-Term Cuts | Editorial

Illustrator Lynne Chapman has some great videos about her process at HER WEBSITE

From The New Yorker: How Gyo Fujikawa Drew Freedom in Children’s Books

From The Guardian: Carnegie medal goes to first writer of colour in its 83-year history

From PW: Market Research Says Children's Books Up, Overall Market Flat

From SLJ: Board Books to the Rescue! Titles That Instill Good Behavior

From Exclusive Interview: The Iron Dragon's Mother Author Michael Swanwick

From On The Bookshelf: Shed Library

From The Scottish Book Trust: 5 Things to Remember when Writing for Children

From The Bookseller: Christopher Edge wins £1,000 STEAM Children’s Book Prize


sabot said...

Just watched your TEDx on stuff. Tom Hiddleston as Loki did not make the remarkable statement about having two lives. Confucius did. You should check the sources of material you quote.

Jane Yolen said...

Thanks for the New Yorker piece abou GYO as I knew very little about her and her work.