Quote of the Month
When love and skill work together, expect a miracle. John Ruskin
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Twitterville Talk #21
Many thanks to Children's Bookshelf of Publishers Weekly for the following tweets this week.
Read the latest post at Publishers Weekly by John A. Sellers leading up to the complete list to be revealed on Monday, November 7, 2011; Publishers Weekly Best Books 2011: I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen.
Get further information in a post by Sally Lodge at Publishers Weekly; Mac Barnett Spearheads "A Picture Book Manifesto'.
Yikes! JK Rowling reveals she nearly killed off Ron Weasley in an interview with Alison Flood of The Guardian.
The New York Times releases The 2011 Best Illustrated Children's Books in an article by Pamela Paul.
Holiday High Notes.
Pittacus Lore, via The Hub at YALSA.
What Does Memory Look Like.
Seven Questions Over Breakfast with Laura Ljungkvist, author/illustrator whose work, Follow The Line To School, I reviewed on August 25, 2011. Those interviews at Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast just get better and better.
Debra Lau Whelan of School Library Journal talks with the author, Sarah Wu: Fed Up With Lunch .
Searcheeze: Collaboratively Curate the Web.