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Links I Shared on Twitter This Week: October 19

Here are some highlights from the links that I shared on Twitter this week @JensBookPage. Note that links already mentioned in Wednesday's Children's Literacy and Reading News Roundup are not included again here.

What do Readers Expect from Mysteries and Thrillers? asks @kidlitmysteries

Happy Birthday @readingtub | Here's to 10 More Years of #Literacy

On the #Cybils blog: Five Reasons to Love the Cybils from Charlotte's Library  #kidlit

RT @rifweb: Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) wants everyone to give a scary book this Halloween.  #allhallowsread

RT @tashrow: Love 'Divergent' by Veronica Roth'? 10 other teen reads you can't miss | Shelf Life  #yalit

RT @LizB: In light of @ZMarriott's post about boys only library zones here's a post I did earlier this year

RT @CHRasco: Scary stories are appropriate because they prepare children for the real world 

RT @CBCBook: Exciting opportunity alert! @sljournal seeks a news editor: via @kishizuka #kidlit #jobs

Makes sense to me that Legos can help build kids' interest in math + engineering @mpvenables on @forbes

Anthony Horowitz: Parents, not politicians should encourage kids to read - Telegraph via @PWKidsBookshelf

Top Ten Tips for (Classroom) Reading Aloud by @HowePrincipal @NerdyBookClub

Lois Lowry, the Children’s Author Who Actually Listens to Children -

RT @AdLit: Dare to read for the fun of it for Teen Read Week! (via @yalsa) #TRW12 #reading #yalit #books

RT @edecaria: I enjoyed this concise recap "KidLitCon 2012: What I learned as a publisher" by @LEEandLOW

#KidLitCon session I would have loved to attend: Avoiding the Echo Chamber by @gregpincus

RT @playbythebook: Dyslexia-friendly books by top children's authors

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