From SLJ: Things I Never Learned in Library School: Librarianing in the Time of a Pandemic and Helping Students Through Pandemic Grief and Trauma
From Brightly: 10 Powerful Books to Inspire Kindness for Kids Ages 6-8 and 10 Nonfiction Books About Activism for Teens
From BBC: Scottish witchcraft book published online
From Storyline Online: Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge read by Bradley Whitford
From The Bookseller: Anthony Horowitz will share chapters of new book online - from WHERE SEAGULLS DARE
From SLJ: GOODNIGHT ZOOM: Parody Children’s Books for This Moment and here's James Corden reading GOODNIGHT ZOOM!
From The New York Library System: FREE eBooks About Coronavirus / COVID -19
From ChronicleVitae: Should You Keep Working on That Book Manuscript?
ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
The Key Colors competition is open once again: Clavis Publishing and the city of Hasselt launch the 13th edition of Key Colours, the two-yearly international contest for illustrators of children’s books.
From Muddy Colors:
An Ongoing List (of Inspiration) from Allen Williams
HOW TO CREATE PROFESSIONAL KEY ART WITH WOJTEK FUS FREE Video series!
ALLA PRIMA PORTRAITURE WITH CASEY CHILDS
From Adobe Create: Adobe Coloring Book - they've taken the coloring book craze to a digital environment - kind of brilliant!
From The Guardian: 'They were forgotten': the great female cartoonists who have been overlooked
From CGSociety: Flipbook Studio delivered 700 shots for CBBC’s The Worst Witch Season Four
Via Maura: Video: Terry Moore on Lettering Comics
From Redbubble: Product News: We’ve Launched Masks on Redbubble
From Kyle T. Webster: Drawing tutorials for students
From The John C. Campbell Folk School: Hearts at Work: Honoring Our Frontline Community Workers
From Print Mag: The Daily Heller: Covimojis Free to Emote
From SLJ: Free Comics, and Resources on COVID-19, in Graphic Form
From The Literacy Trust: Katherine Rundell launches ‘The Book of Hopes’: a free children’s book by over 110 authors and illustrators
From The Art Room Plant: A Fold to Make a Friend
OFF TOPIC BUT INTERESTING
From The New Yorker: What the Coronavirus Crisis Reveals About American Medicine - Medicine is a system for delivering care and support; it’s also a system of information, quality control, and lab science. All need fixing.
From Vulture: A Wake for John Prine - A collection of memories, stories, and tributes from some of his closest friends and collaborators.
From Edinburgh Friends: Will a “new normal” after Covid-19 offer fresh hope for the climate crisis?
From Library Journal: Best Resources for Home Workouts