From Brightly: Books Like Percy Jackson: 14 Super Series to Read Next
From HuffPost: There Are Lots Of COVID-19 Children's Books Now. Here's A Selection.
From The Bookseller: Barbara Marcus to headline Bookseller Children’s Conference
17 Middle Grade and YA Books That Spotlight #BlackJoy
An important study came out this week: The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses
From Time: I Let My Child Create Their Own Gender Identity. The Experience Has Been a Gift for Us Both Can we reflect this in our books going forward?
From Bookshelf: Bird library bookshelf (with a live webcam!)
From We Need Diverse Books: The Fully Booked Conference 2021 Mentors Opens October 1 - 31st
From Kickstarter: Interview with Jane Yolen and Peter Tacy (her new/old beau)
From the Jewish Book Council: ‘Fairy-Tale Logic’: A Conversation with Alice Hoffman
On Instagram: Follow the History teacher who hit the road to teach her students online from the actual historical locations!
From The New Statesman: Why Goodreads is Bad for Books
ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
EVENT: The State of Black Design Friday, September 18, 2020, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT, FREE
EVENT: Lightbox is free this year! - Click here to read more about it and see an interview with Bobby Chiu
EVENT: Adobe Max The Creativity Conference, October 20–22 FREE!
PARTICIPATE: AIGA VOTE Campaign
From Myth and Moor:
The Mythic Art of Alan Lee
The cauldron of dreams
From the US National Parks Service: Open Artist Residencies (especially in Hawaii)
From Muddy Colors:
GUSTAV KLIMT: COMPLETE PAINTINGS BOOK REVIEW with Howard Lyon
10 THINGS…MIXING COLOR with Greg Manchess
MAGICAL MOBILE STUDIO TOUR with Justin Gerard
ART… IFICIAL SELECTION with Chris Beatrice
From Children's Illustrators.com: September Newsletter with features and interviews
Are you familiar with the work of Charly Palmer? He was interviewed at CommArts
From Make Art That Sells: September Newsletter
From The Art Room Plant: Kristina Ovsyankina
OFF TOPIC BUT INTERESTING
From ASU GSV Summit: The Dawn of the Age of Digital Learning Sep 29 - Oct 1, 7 & 8, 2020 - a FREE conference with some amazing speakers: General Colin Powell, Malcolm Gladwell, Gloria Steinem, Bill Nye, etc...
How cool is this? It's basically Google Maps, Street View but from the 1940s: Street View of 1940s New York
From The EAB: How the Elections Could Impact Higher Ed