Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News


From BookRiot: A History of Buying Books onto the Bestseller List

From Fantasy Glasgow: A Mushroom-covered copy of Alice in Wonderland... as you do

From The Bookseller: Press tour announced for Colfer's first adult fantasy novel

From The National Review: Tolkien’s Deadly Dragons

From Tor: How Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings Changed Publishing Forever

From Brightly: 7 Books About Kindness for Teens

From the NY Times: Got Snow? Wintertime Treats for Children’s Eyes and Ears

From YA Outside the Lines: The double hustle (Jennifer R. Hubbard)

From Gizmodo: Author of The Polar Express On Predicting Our Ecological Dystopia

From The GoodNewsNetwork: A+ is Overrated: New Study Says There is an Optimal Amount of Failure to Learn More Efficiently



THE ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
From NY Times: Targeting Cultural Sites in War Is Illegal. It’s Also Barbaric.

From Muddy Colors: The Akroan War also Figure Reference Resource

From BoingBoing: After more than a decade, Cecil Castellucci and Jim Rugg's YA classics The Plane Janes are back!

From KinderComics: Favorites of 2019 - worth your time! Also Comics: Easy as ABC!

From SCBWI-BI: FEATURED ILLUSTRATOR Camille Whitcher

From The Art Room Plant: Amanda Mijangos


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