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Links I Shared on Twitter This Week: October 5

Here are some highlights from the links that I shared on Twitter this week @JensBookPage.

Ten Most Challenged Books of 2011 via @tashrow at Waking Brain Cells #BannedBooksWeek

Don't miss The Brown Bookshelf's Call for Submissions for their annual 28 Days Later campaign for Black History Month

Ready for Success: Creating Collaborative and Thoughtful Transitions into Kindergarten | new from @hfrp #literacy

RT @sljournal: KidLitCon 2012: Critical Reviewing in the Age of Twitter #kidlit

Leila's take on #Kidlitcon 2012 in New York City @bkshelvesofdoom

RT @rifweb: Fall into a new month of reading activities! Check out the Oct 2012 RIF Reading Calendars - English & Spanish

Have you seen the very cute book trailer for THE CHICKEN PROBLEM by Jennifer Oxley + Billy Aronson?  @RandomHouseKids

Guys Lit Wire: Budget Cuts in DC Schools Mean We Step Up to Help Ballou SR High #literacy #BookFair

RT @motherreader: Perfect summary! RT @catagator On the blog, a recap (with pictures!) of KidLitCon 2012

Jane Addams Children's Book Award Award Ceremony details, Oct. 19 in NYC via @MitaliPerkins

RT @tashrow: "If you have to pay for a good review, you shouldn’t be a writer."

RT @tashrow: JK Rowling’s next book ‘very likely’ to be a children’s book | Children’s books |

Plus a whole slew of links around the fact that nominations for the 2012 Cybils opened on October 1st. Best to go straight to the source: the Cybils website

Similarly, I shared a bunch of other links to recaps of #KidLitCon12 (the sixth annual conference of children's and young adult book bloggers), too many to include here. If you are interested in KidLitCon, I recommend this twitter search

And that's all for this week. But you can always find me sharing literacy and reading news on Twitter @JensBookPage.

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