Friday Links List - 2 August 2019

Illustrators - Do you know about the Artists' Rights Society

From Terri Windling's Myth and Moor: On the care and feeding of daemons

From The Guardian: Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell on why we need libraries – an essay in pictures

For SCBWI Members: The last Bulletin is now available

From SLJs 100 Scope Notes: Books on Film: Dav Pilkey on Today

From Kidlit Artists: Children's Book Portfolio: Flow

From The Good News Network: New Research Says That Art Therapy Reduces Stress-Related Headaches By Up to 40% for Teenage Girls

From Chronicle Vitae: How To Make Your Teaching More Inclusive

From Chronicle Vitae: 3 Questions That Can Improve Your Teaching

From Tech Crunch:

From Book Riot: What I Learned From Tracking My Toddler's Reading

From Book Riot: 50 Beautiful Sentences from Young Adult Books

From PW: The Most Anticipated Children's and YA Books of Fall 2019

From Brightly: The Best Children’s and YA Books of July 2019

From PW: Spring 2020 Children’s Sneak Previews

From SLJ: Tell Us Your Story: Have You Experienced Bigotry?

From SLJ: A Parent Says No to 'Malala' | Scales on Censorship

From SLJ: We Need Diverse Books Celebrates 5th Anniversary, Sets Agenda for Next Five Years

From Electric Lit: These Middle-Grade Novels Are Some of the Most Formally Innovative Works of Our Time

From EW: First look at Hulu's Looking For Alaska shows Miles and Alaska's first connection

From Lithub: On Breaking Down the Barrier Between YA and Adult Fiction What Makes a Novel "For Grown-Ups" Anyway?

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