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Young Adult: acting is art too

Young Adult: acting is art too | YA Lit | Scoop.it
Academy Award winner Charlize Theron plays Mavis Gary, a writer of teen literature who returns to her small hometown to relive her glory days and attempt to reclaim her happily married high school sweetheart, Buddy Slade (Patrick Wilson).

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Books: The best children and teenagers’ fiction

Books: The best children and teenagers’ fiction | YA Lit | Scoop.it

Jane E Sandell looks at the best in children’s fiction, and Keith Gray reviews a selection of teen literature highlights


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Transgender Characters in Teen Literature: An Interview with Author Ellen Wittlinger | The Hub

Transgender Characters in Teen Literature: An Interview with Author Ellen Wittlinger | The Hub | YA Lit | Scoop.it
RT @alli_librarian: Transgender Characters in Teen Literature: An Interivew with Author Ellen Wittlinger

 

YALSA’s Young Adult Library Services Journal recently featured a list of titles featuring transgender teens, including the book Parrotfish by Ellen Wittlinger. The books tells the story of Grady, a high school student who identifies as a male and the difficulties and support he faces at school and home. The story is told with humor, warmth, and a deep respect for the courage Grady displays in forging his identity. I was lucky to ask Ellen Wittlinger a few questions


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SLJ Resources for Diversity in Kid and YA Lit | School Library Journal

SLJ Resources for Diversity in Kid and YA Lit | School Library Journal | YA Lit | Scoop.it
Anbefales - @sljournal has released an collection of articles that address diversity in children’s & teen literature http://t.co/e7oCRQIVDx

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HE McCracken Middle School hands out reading awards - Bluffton Today

HE McCracken Middle School hands out reading awards
Bluffton Today
H.E. McCracken Middle School “Reading 180” achievement awards were held Thursday and Friday for eighth and ninth grade classes.
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"We Need Libraries" - One Man and His Beard

"We Need Libraries" was written by One Man And His Beard in 2011 in response to the alarming cuts happening to the Library service in the UK, and that are st...
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Creating Libraries in Final Cut Pro X (10.1)

http://www.larryjordan.biz - In version 10.1, Apple redesigned how media management is handled in Final Cut Pro X. Wondering how the new "Libraries" differ f...
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YALSA's Book Awards & Booklists | Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA)

Find out more about the best books published each year for teens! YALSA's book awards and selected booklists honor the best books for young adults, highlighting the best teen literature published each year.

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Using Movies And TV As Inspiration For Novels, by Beth Revis ...

Using Movies And TV As Inspiration For Novels, by Beth Revis ... | YA Lit | Scoop.it
I love movies. Unreservedly. I think movies are a great place to look for inspiration, particularly when you're writing for teens. Teen literature needs dynamic characters (i.e. characters who change) and a fast-paced plot - two of ...
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What’s Next in Young Adult/Teen Literature? « Stacey O'Neale

What’s Next in Young Adult/Teen Literature? « Stacey O'Neale | YA Lit | Scoop.it
New #Article: What's the Next Big Character in Young Adult/Teen #Fantasy Literature?

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NLW: Support Teen Literature!

NLW: Support Teen Literature! | YA Lit | Scoop.it
hungergames.jpg Photo courtesy of Hopkins North Junior High (http://www.hopkinsschools.org/schools/hopkins-north-junior-high ) Today is Support Teen Literature Day! Is your library c...

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TwitLonger — When you talk too much for Twitter

TwitLonger is the easy way to post more than 140 characters to Twitter (Ignorance is not bliss RT @DannyHiatus: I see this young king on the bus reading a book and these 2 (cont) http://t.co/xQVdJc6GRN)...
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Arduino Tutorial #4 - LCD displays, Libraries and Troubleshooting

Click "Show more" ------------------------------------------- A tutorial on interfacing LCDs (liquid crystal displays) with Ar...
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Bookends: Writers Guild plans April 11 conference - Omaha World-Herald

Bookends: Writers Guild plans April 11 conference - Omaha World-Herald | YA Lit | Scoop.it
Bookends: Writers Guild plans April 11 conference
Omaha World-Herald
Book sales: Friends of the Omaha Public Library, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday and Saturday, Swanson Library, 9101 West Dodge Road.
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