Friday Links List - 7 June 2019

From SLJ: Walking and Talking with M.T. Anderson (a cartoon interview)

From New Dark Crystal Prequel Photos

From the Mixed Up Files: Why Read

Also from The Mixed Up Files: Promoting Summer Creativity: The Historical Fiction Premise for Middle Graders

From the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal: Politicized Art Schools Are Losing Students to the Atelier Movement

From Chronicle Vitae: Can You Really Do Humanities Research With Your Undergraduates?

From The Washington Post: Yes, parents, there is a magic formula to keep your kids reading through the summer

From BookRiot: Feminist Fairytales For Children That Teach Modern Values

From SCBWI British Isles Words & Pictures Magazine: ILLUSTRATION KNOWHOW Sketching and Layout

From The Guardian: JM Barrie’s ‘Peter Pan house’ to open as children’s literature hub

From Publishers Weekly: Little Free Library Marks a Decade of Book Sharing

From Nathan Bransford: How to Organize a Chapter

From The New York Times: The A to Z of a Writer’s Routine: From waking up to snacks to filling the void to actually writing, Grant Snider tells the story of a typical day in the life of someone who lives by the pen.

From Houzz: Top Garden Trends From the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019

From Brightly: 7 Books to Keep Kids Entertained During Summer Road Trips

From Muddy Colors: Studio Equipment: Glass

Also from Muddy Colors: How to Paint a Portrait

From the University of Glasgow Blog: We Wrote This Thesis on Rock n' Roll

From Dr Dimitra Fimi: Tolkien and Folklore: Sellic Spell and The Lay of Beowulf

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