From the NYTimes: Joanna Cole, Who Imagined Fantastical Bus Rides, Dies at 75 Her “Magic School Bus” children’s books were wild, and wildly popular. They were also educational.
From SheKnows.com: 19 Children’s Books Featuring Boys of Color
From Insider.com: 15 authors who published best-selling books when they were teenagers
Maine Declares Ashley Bryan Day
How #PublishingPaidMe Exposed Racial Inequities
From The Bookseller: WGGB calls for £20m support package for Scottish writers
17 Magical and Mind-Bending Sci-Fi & Fantasy Titles for Teens | Summer Reading 2020
The Goodnight Moon Parody Industrial Complex Funny!
From Claudia Mills' An Hour a Day: The Post-Book-Revision Blues
From Brightly: Happily Ever After: 21 Multicultural Fairy Tales to Delight Every Child and Teen
From The Guardian:
Gender gap in children's reading grew in UK lockdown – survey
Michael Rosen: ‘The incredible NHS saved my life’
From Main Point Books on FB: a mini bookstore display
Tiny replica of New York rare bookseller’s gallery
From BookBub: 10 New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books with Nearly Perfect Reviews
ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
From SLJ: Graphic Novels for Armchair Campers | Stellar Panels
From PictureBookMakers: Axel Scheffler (on the making of The Gruffalo)
For My Fairy Tales Class students:
From Seven Miles of Steel Thistles: Strong Fairytale Heroines: A Series
From Myth and Moor:
Animal Brides & Bridegrooms (with gorgeous illustrations!)
Selkies: the accommodation of paradox
On Youtube: Comics 101: How to Get into Comics
From Inspiremore.com: Siblings Team Up To Virtually Travel World Through Incredible Chalk Art.
From DiamondBooks: A Unique and Brain-Twisting Comedic Tale that Play with the Tropes and "Rules" of Sequential Art
From the NYTimes: Watch All the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Shows All the presentations for Paris couture, in one place.
From CommArts: Building Brands with Augmented Reality
From Muddy Colors:
ON ART CAREERS AND PRICING
Drawing Like You Mean It - one of the best articles I've ever read on Muddy Colors!
From Publishers Weekly: The Fanatic Graphic Novel Newsletter
From Random House Graphic: Monthly Newsletter on Graphic Novels
Have you read Digger by Ursula Vernon? It's all online.
Do you know about SNAAP: Strategic National Arts Alumni Project Tracking the lives and careers of arts graduates
From Children's Illustrators.com: monthly newsletter with features and interviews
A good friend has started Campus to Career - career coaching for recent graduates. I recommend her!
The Design Collective Taking on Structural Racism in the Industry
Questioning the Canon: Diversity in Graphic Design History
For Moomin Fans: 'Tove' - first trailer for biopic of Moomins creator Tove Jansson
OFF TOPIC BUT INTERESTING
From NPR: 'Me And White Supremacy' Helps You Do The Work Of Dismantling Racism
From Claudia Mills' An Hour a Day: When Your Students Are Smarter Than You Are
From Inside Higher Ed: Yes, Your Zoom Teaching Can Be First-Rate