Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News - 27 March 2020

From The Conversation: Why children’s books that teach diversity are more important than ever and Why It's Time to Take Children's Books Seriously

Perry Nodelman is sharing his Essays about Children's Literature for free online!

From Ohio State U: Rudine Sims Bishop: 'Mother' of multicultural children's literature

From We Are Teachers: The Big List of Children’s Authors Doing Online Read Alouds & Activities

In times like these, I wish we had something like The Society of Authors in the US: The SoA is the UK trade union for 11,000 writers, illustrators and literary translators, at all stages of their careers. We've been advising individuals and speaking out for the profession since 1884.

From Brightly: Bookish Ways to Keep Kids Entertained

From The Independent: All the rage: Why we need angry girls in children’s books more than ever

From YouTube: Authors reading their books aloud!

From BookRiot: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Audible has a ton of free audiobooks available!

From SLJ: Publishers Adapt Policies to Help Educators

From PW: Coronavirus Updates: Impact on Children's Books Links to lots of free resources!

From Fantasy Glasgow: Nicholas Stuart Gray, Down in the Cellar (1961)

From CGSociety: Chaos and Humor Working From Home

From Cynsations: Guest Post: Mark Mitchell on Linear Perspective in Illustration IMPORTANT READ!

From CGSociety: Announcing the Winners of the Andromeda Design Contest - GREAT images!

Do you know about Krita? (A Photoshop-like crowd-sourced project)

Do you know about Blender? (An open-source 3D program)

From Children's March Newsletter with publisher interviews

From ABC: Forgotten Mary Poppins illustrator finally recognized after international search reveals rare original drawings

From Muddy Colors:
The Three-Headed Gryphon by Justin Gerard
Ron Lemen on Retooling for the Future
Greg Ruth on Art in the Age of Quarantine

From Hazel Terry's The Art Room Plant: Concertina Hole Books II

From Winthrop University: Preparing for Remote Learning

From Publishers Weekly Children's Bookshelf:
From Bookish: Virtual Learning and Engagement Resources for Educators and Parents

From the NYT: Scientists Identify 69 Drugs to Test Against the Coronavirus

1 comment:

Kurban said...

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