From Hillary Homzie: Her local library that burned down needs books
From the Federation of Children's Book Groups: Children’s Book Award 2020
From Brightly: Our Favorite Winnie-the-Pooh Quotes
From Ars Technica: Artemis Fowl trailer has some book fans up in arms over boy-genius portrayal
From Variety: Bob Bakish: ViacomCBS to Sell Publishing Unit Simon & Schuster
From BuzzFeed: 27 Things Writers Get Wrong About Teenagers In Books, According To Teens
From The Washington Post: Don't be afraid to let children read graphic novels. They're real books.
From The Guardian: Quentin Blake: 'Spend time with children? Good God, no' The writer and illustrator talks about bringing some of the most cherished children’s characters to life, his work with Roald Dahl and Michael Rosen – and the tiny weed that inspired his latest book
From PW: What the New Coronavirus Means for Publishing
From The Bookseller: Publishers take stock following the cancellation of the London Book Fair
From The Independent: The legacy of Astrid Lindgren and the world's strongest girl
From Shelf-Awareness: N.C.'s Malaprop's Bookstore/Café Launching Publishing Arm
From We Need Diverse Books: Internship Grant Applications Are Now Open
From PW: HBG Staffers Stage Walkout Over Woody Allen Memoir
From The University of Glasgow: They are offering a new course on Fantasy Literature!
THE ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
From Muddy Colors: GETTING BETTER BY GETTING OVER YOURSELF and Variations on a Sliver (from Magic: the Gathering and Why I Draw, More Rituals, Toby O'Neil and Imitating Life - Painting Demo With Dan Dos Santos and Howard Lyon
From SLJ's 100 Scope Notes: ‘It was like a silent comedy’ Chris Haughton on the making of DON’T WORRY, LITTLE CRAB
From Diamond Graphic Novels Newsletter: The Graphic Novel Vagrant Queen returns as a television series from SYFY!
From Cynsations: In Memory of Susan Jeffers, Caldecott winner
From The Art Room Plant: Laura Carlin
From CommArts: Redesigning Creative Workspaces
From KidLit Artists: Keeping your drawing hand healthy
From The Bookseller: Ed Were named BookTrust's new illustrator in residence
From SCBWI: Do you know about South Carolina illustrator Mark Weber?
From CommArts: Mini Short Film - interesting technique
OFF TOPIC BUT INTERESTING
From CommArts: The new Royal Bank of Canada video about inclusion - worth your time
From International Women's Day this March 8th: An equal world is an enabled world
From ChronicleVitae: How Do I Map a Path to 'Full' Professor?
From The University of Glasgow: UofG RECREATES 150-YEAR-OLD PROFESSORS' PHOTO FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY - SO COOL!
From the NYT: Tracking cases of Coronavirus via a map of the US - might want to check this before you travel this coming spring break.