Friday Links List - 19 July 2019

From The New Yorker: Can Reading Make You Happier?

From Muddy Colors: Introducing a New Illustration Podcast!

From Book Riot: Authors Don’t Have Much Control Over Covers; Here’s Why

From Myth and Moor: The Stories We Need

From The Horn Book: "Refugees Welcome Here": The Horn Book Guide has children's booklists for all age ranges

Viny Disorder: a popular sticker and wall vinyl company

From CNN Business: Abigail Disney visited Disneyland undercover. She is 'livid' about what she saw

From Muddy Colors: Making Monsters

If you don't know about Hazel Terry's blog, you should! Check out Thread, Fashion and Costume - so FUN!

From PBS: American Masters - Ursula K. LeGuin

From The New York Times: Climate Change Is Scaring Kids. Here’s How to Talk to Them.

From Yale Climate Connection: 'How can I prepare my children for climate change?' Four types of skills will be essential in a warming world.

From NASA: Climate Kids

From Yale Climate Connection: Children's books about climate change How can one talk to children about climate change in a way that empowers them to act rather than paralyzes them with fear?

From SLJ: Promoting Teen Writers, a guest post by author Jennifer Nielsen

From SLJ's Fuse #8: Press Release Fun: Announcing the Winners of the Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards!

Also from SLJ's Fuse #8: The Black Mermaid Booklist

New to Me Blog: Design of the Picture Book

From The Atlantic: The Economist Who Would Fix the American Dream

From The Good News Network: Target is Now Selling Specially-Adapted Halloween Costumes for Children in Wheelchairs

From Muddy Colors: Thinking About Skin Tones, Chroma, and Munsell

From The Bookseller: Ealing Council to hand over seven libraries to volunteers

From Instagram #IllustratorSun (How Illustrators Draw the Sun)

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