Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News - 24 July 2020

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 19 Children’s Books Featuring Boys of Color

From 15 authors who published best-selling books when they were teenagers

From PW:
     Maine Declares Ashley Bryan Day
     How #PublishingPaidMe Exposed Racial Inequities

From The Bookseller: WGGB calls for £20m support package for Scottish writers

From SLJ:
     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

From Bookshelf:
     Tiny replica of New York rare bookseller’s gallery

From BookBub: 10 New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books with Nearly Perfect Reviews

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 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:
     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 monthly newsletter with features and interviews

A good friend has started Campus to Career - career coaching for recent graduates. I recommend her!

From AIGA:
     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

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

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