Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Bookology
89 followers -
Your independent connection to the world of children's literature
Your independent connection to the world of children's literature

89 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
We are saddened to learn of Ursula K. LeGuin's death. She had a profound effect on generations of readers. Ged, the importance of names, balancing the world ... thank you for sharing your worlds with us. http://nyti.ms/2n4BJKB
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Brenda Sederberg has a passion for books that's infectious ... enjoy our newest Skinny Dip! http://bit.ly/sederberg #passionforbooks
Photo
Add a comment...

WNDB announces the winners of the Walter Awards for 2018. Read every one, they're that good. Here's the press release: https://diversebooks.org/4222-2/
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The 2018 Charlotte Zolotow Award and Honors were announced today. Be sure to read the CCBC's press release for full book details as well as their Highly Commended books (not shown here). http://bit.ly/2qWJaZx #awardseason
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The movie will open soon ... Melanie Heuiser Hill admires the book. How about you? http://bit.ly/rrbwrinkle #WrinkleInTime @melaniehhill
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
What do you do when you write a book about science ... and you scored a C+ in your last science class? Susan Latta shares her secrets. http://bit.ly/nfrookie #sciencewriting @lattasusan #bookology
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Candice Ransom writes, "In November, I taught writing workshops at a school in a largely rural county. I was shocked to discover most students couldn’t name objects in their bedrooms, much less the surrounding countryside. Without specific details, writing is lifeless. More important, if children can’t call up words, can’t distinguish between things, they will remain locked in wintry indifference. Some blame falls on us." You'll want to read the entire essay ... it will motivate you in this New Year. http://bit.ly/2CLebFg
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A story may be clear in a writer's mind...but what about the reader? http://bit.ly/wrtsignal
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Celebrating the New Year, Natalie Rosinsky focuses on continuity and positive transformations. Enchanted by the new sequel to Wind in the Willows, she reviews Gene Luen Yang's Chinese Superman, along with other graphic novels. http://bit.ly/2qeaOkj
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Yes, it's cold outside, but this Skinny Dip with Drake University professor DeDe Small will warm you right up! Are you reading what she's reading? http://bit.ly/2CdYsdS
Photo
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded