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Children's Literacy and Reading News Roundup: Mid-February

Links I Shared on Twitter this Week: February 15

Here are some highlights from the links that I shared on Twitter @JensBookPage this week. Topics included in the upcoming Children's Literacy and Reading News Roundup (including a host of #Cybils retweets) are not included here, making this a relatively short recap.


MsMac @JoneMac53 interviews the Kidlitosphere's own @gregpincus on reading, writing, and The Late Bird http://ow.ly/hGCZF

RT @playbythebook: Pls share via comments or linky your tips for children's books about bullying: http://www.playingbythebook.net/2013/02/11/im-looking-for-a-book-about-bullying/ … < this month's themed #kidlit carnival


2013 Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers via @tashrowhttp://ow.ly/hyJNI #kidlit #yalit

Entertaining: Conspiracy Theories About Classic Literary Characters – Flavorwire http://ow.ly/hGEV8 via @FuseEight

According to a new survey, Roald Dahl is now more popular with adults than with children http://ow.ly/hF3Gb via @PWKidsBookshelf

RT @CBCBook: A snowy weekend in NYC made us think of Ezra Jack Keats! http://ow.ly/hCbTx More at our @Pinterest boards. @penguinkids


RT @ALSCBlog: Via @sljournal: Storytimes specifically for African-American children http://ow.ly/hCGxH #storytime

This is neat. Library displays: Blind date with a book. http://ow.ly/hyJEy via @bkshelvesofdoom


RT @cbcbook: Grace Lin is designing the bookmark for Children's Book Week 2013. Look at her sketch! http://ow.ly/hE9DB @pacylin @lbkids

RT @readingrockets: Happy birthday Judy Blume! Thank you for your gift to young readers everywhere. Our interview: http://ow.ly/hE0XL

In the Classroom: A Few Classroom Teaching Suggestions from an Introverted Teacher | @medinger http://ow.ly/hCZLt

Wendie's Wanderings: Why people want to read picture books over and over again (at Julie Hedlund's blog) http://ow.ly/hyIoS

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