Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News

From The New Yorker: The New Yorker’s Ben Taub and Barry Blitt Win Pulitzer Prizes

From PW: Jacqueline Woodson and Albertine Win 2020 Hans Christian Andersen Awards

From Brightly: How to Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week Virtually and 10 Heartfelt and Humorous Book Gifts for Teachers

From SCBWI: Tomie dePaola Masterclass Released for Free (to members)

From Absent, Vexed, or Hexed: Exploring Mother & Daughter Relationships in Fantasy

From the LA Times: 85 years ago, FDR saved American writers. Could it ever happen again?

From PW: Lookout Books Partners with Indie Bookstores to Provide Virtual Backgrounds


From Muddy Colors:
     Justin Coro Kaufman on Charting Your Path - really good!
     Robert Hunt on Painting Process Breakdown
Cory Godbey on Jon Klassen's I WANT MY HAT BACK… WITH PUPPETS! fabulous!
     Jasper Ejsing on Lands of Ikoria

Illustrator Albertine just won the Hans Christian Andersen Award!

From May newsletter with Publisher/Editor interviews and featured illustrators

From the NYT: How to Draw in Six Steps: Anyone can draw. We can prove it to you!

From PW: The Fanatic - their weekly Graphic Novels newsletter

From The Art Room Plant: Making Dancing or Fighting Toys also, Kinetic Match Boxes

From The Bookseller: Illustrator Steven Lenton signs multi-book deal with HarperCollins Children's

From The Guardian: 'It's great if you're bored with Netflix': video art flourishes in lockdown

From GoodNewsNetwork: ‘Goat 2 Meeting’ Service Lets Farm Animals Make Cameo Appearance on Your Next Zoom Call to Support Shelter

From The NYT: You’re Stronger Than Your Quarantine Fatigue

From Chronicle Vitae: 5 Myths About Remote Teaching in the Covid-19 Crisis

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.

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