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★ Andrew Joseph White’s (@AJWhiteAuthor) “evocative” dystopian YA debut HELL FOLLOWED WITH US showcases a “transformative depiction of apocalypse through a queer lens”
"TLDR; I Tweeted Myself into a Career and Now I’m Stuck Online" by Leah Johnson | @CatapultStory
2022 B&N Children's, YA Book Award Winners Announced
“A Quiet Reply to a Life Cut Short: After a Profound Loss, How to Honor the Dead” by Elisha Cooper | @lithub
Tom Gauld on the titles C.S. Lewis tried before choosing 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' | @guardian
Pablo Neruda's question poems, now translated and illustrated for children | @NPR
★ “Captivating” series opener FORGING SILVER INTO STARS from @BrigidKemmerer boasts “propulsive, intricate plotting and intimate first-person-present narration”
10 Of The Most Popular YA Books On TikTok | @BookRiot
Jenny Han’s ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ Sets Summer Release Date | @Variety
Children’s Book Authors Are Fighting Back Against Censorship and Book Bans | @truthout
A circus performer has to overcome his fears in 'The Great Zapfino' by Mac Barnett | @NPR
Kids’ Books on the Experiences of Asian American Immigrants | @ReadBrightly…
Neil Gaiman on his early love of the Narnia Chronicles, and one of the great neglected children’s authors of the 20th century | @guardian…
Have you read the latest issue of Children’s Bookshelf?…
The tale of a big truck on a little island, + more big books hitting shelves next week
In Brief: author Karina Evans (@karinaewrites) celebrated the release of her debut middle grade novel + more
“I wanted to do a book grounded in reality so I’d have to go out and learn new things that are fun to impart to kids”: Jonathan Case discussed his new middle-grade comic, ‘Little Monarchs,’ + blending science + imagination…
Op-Ed: Emily Gowen surveys the history and “stubbornness” of racial bias in children’s books | @BostonGlobe…
“I went back for the place, the people, and because I felt like I needed in my own life to return to ‘Wolf Hollow’ ”: Lauren Wolk on, ‘My Own Lightning,’ the sequel to her Newbery Honor-winning debut
A graphic novel adaptation of a beloved series for tweens + more recently announced projects
Florida activist asks schools to ban Bible following the state's efforts to remove books | @NPR…
Karen Levine's acclaimed children's book, 'Hana's Suitcase,' inspired by a true story of the Holocaust, is set for a 20th-anniversary edition
The Edgar Awards have been announced, including those in the Best Juvenile and Best YA categories: 'Concealed' by Christina Diaz Gonzalez, and 'Firekeeper’s Daughter' by Angeline Boulley
“We share the same inquisitive nature that led us both to nonfiction”: author Gail Jarrow + editor Carolyn Yoder on their longtime collaboration + friendship
With “realistically flawed characters” Kate Egan explores what it means to be “gifted” in middle grade novel GOLDEN TICKET
“The poem is powerful in terms of what it offered the world, but it was powerful in terms of what I had to face about myself as well”: Elizabeth Acevedo on her new picture book ‘Inheritance: A Visual Poem’
Author Chris Grabenstein is back to doing hybrid + in-person events with the release of ‘Mr. Lemoncello’s Very First Game,’ prequel to his Mr. Lemoncello middle grade series
‘Hunger Games Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ Gets Release Date at CinemaCon | @THR…
We spoke with author-illustrator @Jonathan_Case about his new middle grade comic 'Little Monarchs,' which blends butterfly facts and futuristic fiction
A picture book highlighting an island community's ingenuity, and more big books due out next week
Just Announced: check out our new column where we round up newly announced children’s and YA titles of note
Acclaimed Canadian Children's Book 'Hana's Suitcase' Re-Released for Holocaust Remembrance Day
Insight Editions Creates Reinhart Pop-Up Studio
Acclaimed author and poet Elizabeth Acevedo (@acevedowrites) spoke with us about her new picture book, 'Inheritance: A Visual Poem,' illus. by @andreagpippins, and celebrating the beauty of Black hair
Chris Grabenstein (@CGrabenstein) celebrates the release of his new Mr. Lemoncello puzzle-adventure and the return of in-person school visits
We asked author @GailJarrow and editor Carolyn Yoder to interview each other about their longstanding collaboration, and their shared passion for bringing "little-known stories" to life for young readers
LeVar Burton will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the new children's Emmys | @NPR…
15 of the Best Filipino Children’s Books from the Philippines | @BookRiot
Chris Grabenstein on the teacher who encouraged his "wacky writing" | @ReadBrightly…
‘Book smugglers’ plan caravans from Houston, San Antonio to start underground library for banned books | @HoustonChron…
U.K. children reading more books but enjoyment levels in 'worrying decline', report suggests | @thebookseller
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