'The Book Thief' coming soon to movie screens Los Angeles Times Being a literary adaptation makes it all the more likely to be in line for esteemed prizes in Hollywood -- except there's something unusual abut this one.
How Teachers Are Using YA Literature in Classrooms. Date Thursday, April 18, 2013. Guest Post by L.A. Miller. (Las Cruces, NM)—Teachers are discovering that popular young adult (YA) books can be great choices to encourage and ...
CBC.ca Black History Month: YA Novels and the Invisible Teen CBC.ca As America's current Ambassador for Children's Literature, Myers is especially concerned for the fate of illiterate black men, many of whom he encounters in juvenile detention...
Some of the country’s best known authors and illustrators of children's books have signed a letter addressed to President Obama with a simple message: Too much standardized testing is causing children to lose their love of books.
Changes and Trends in Children's and YA Publishing: An ABPA Panel Publishers Weekly After a round of introductions, during which Horowitz reflected on the evolution of children's books from “second-class citizens” to the darlings of the book world,...
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