From BookBub: 50 of the Best Books to Read in Your 20s Interesting list!
From The Guardian: Goodnight Moon redrawn as Good Morning Zoom for Covid-era kids
From BookRiot: 8 OF THE BEST YA BOOKS SET IN POST-APOCALYPTIC CITIES
From The Bookseller: Rosen and Blake team up for poems on migration
From Nathan Bransford: How to Spice Up Relationships in Novels
From Topher Payne: the tree who set healthy boundaries: an alternate ending for Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree"
From the NYT: Stephenie Meyer Is Telling Edward’s Story, Even if It Makes Her Anxious
Vote of Confidence: When It Comes to Teaching the 2020 Election, Educators Have a Plan
RevolTeens: Helping Teens Through Revolting Times, by Christine Lively
Morgan’s Mumbles: Healthy Habits, by teen contributor Morgan Randall
From PW - Covid affects on the industry are now coming in.
Simon & Schuster is looking up: S&S Posts Q2 Profit Gain Despite Sales Decline
While HMH is not doing as well: Sales at HMH Took Big Hit in Q2
Here's the state of HarperCollins: Sales, Earnings Down at HC in Fiscal 2020
ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
Note: Paperlike iPad covers are again available (the pandemic threw off production and shipping). I LOVE mine!
From Yahoo!Life: Black cartoonist's work on race relations and coronavirus prompted newspapers to drop it: 'I am being silenced over white feelings'
From TikTok: This 20-year-old college student made a stunning TikTok video that shows him transforming into superheroes using special effects he created himself. Hollywood is paying attention. Watch HERE
From Urban Sketchers: August Newsletter
From CommArts: They are holding their annual type competition (this includes hand-lettering projects) - students are welcome! See last year's winners here.
From Muddy Colors:
Running with Both Legs
SCOTT FISCHER PAINTS ‘FORCE OF WILL’ (demo)
Dynamic Resources (Check out Sergio Toppi - OMG!)
The Goal Folder This is a GREAT idea - I plan to do this!
From Yahoo!News: From 'Wild Horses' to 'Wild Things,' a window into Maurice Sendak's creative process
From The Art Room Plant: Last
OFF TOPIC BUT INTERESTING
From The NYT: John Lewis' last words to us: Together, You Can Redeem the Soul of Our Nation Though I am gone, I urge you to answer the highest calling of your heart and stand up for what you truly believe.