CFP – 21st Biennial Congress of IRSCL: Children’s Literature and Media Cultures Contemporary children and adolescents divide their time over many different media. These media do not develop in isolation. Rather, they shape each other by continually exchanging content and modes of mediation. This conference addresses the exchanges between children’s literature and adjacent media (oral… Read More CFP: Children’s Literature and Media Culture
Without a doubt, things change and sometimes, we even know why. I haven’t heard mention made of it, but I’ve noticed this year the conventions are much later than usual. I can remember when I was little we’d take vacations to visit family in Chicago and the outings would always be planned so that we… Read More SundayMorningReads
What better day for book trailers than a Saturday? Adaptations by Malinda Lo release date: 18 September
book review: Ask Me No Questions author: Marina Budhos date: 2006; Scholastic main character: Nadira Hossain Ask Me No Questions is a story of crossing borders: crossing into Canada, into America and even into adulthood. While some are more visible than others, borders are often manmade and the source of conflict. Nadira tells us her family… Read More book review: Ask Me No Questions
Suggest a Title for YALSA’s Awards and Booklists! YALSA’s booklists and awards are taking your suggestions for next year’s awards and lists! Almost anyone (authors and publishers cannot nominate their own titles) can suggest a title for the 2013 lists. Be sure to bookmark the new URLs, as our forms have moved to the YALSA website. Don’t be… Read More NOMINATE FOR MAJOR AWARDS NOW!!!