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November 21, 2014

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Pick of the Day: What’s Your Favorite Animal?

What’s Your Favorite Animal?

This successful collaboration of old favorites and newer names in illustration is sure to keep youngsters engaged.

Winning Over Fidgety Listeners with New Storytime Classics │ JLG’s On the Radar

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Do you have kids who wiggle and chatter while you read to them? Junior Library Guild editors have selected new picture book titles that will engage restless children from the first page to the last.

Video Sunday: Robot, heck. You should see my krumping.

The Obsidian Blade

All right.  Me stuff off the bat.  I was recently asked to moderate a panel of authors for the Children’s Media Association.  The panel consisted of Ame Dyckman, Joanne Levy, Katherine Longshore, Elisa Ludwig, Lynda Mullaly Hunt, and Sarvenaz Tash.  During the course of the evening it was suggested that we perform a Giant Dance [...]

Fusenews: I had a little list, the prettiest ever seen

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Oh, so very much has gone on this week!  Where to begin?  What to do?  Well, for starters, NYPL released a handy dandy list to accompany their current exhibit The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter.  I helped make said list, which is officially called 100 Great Children’s Books, 100 Years.  So, two things.  [...]

Mo Willems Exhibit; Kidlit Book Awards; Gaming in the Classroom | News Bites

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

Celebrate 10 years of Mo Willems’s Pigeon with a visit to the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, MA, which will be hosting an exhibit on the award-winning author/illustrator. Winners for the Jane Addams, Golden Kite, and IRA awards have been announced. Attend a one-day workshop focused on integrating games into the K–12 classroom. These stories and more, in this week’s News Bites.