Here’s a round up for fun, informative, or entertaining tweets from this past week. Happy Teen Read Week!
- @Marie_Lu: YA golden age covered on CNN, w quote from @jenlynnbarnes ! http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/15/living/young-adult-fiction-evolution/index.html?hpt=hp_c3 â€¦
- â€@HarperChildrens: What kid doesn’t dream of being a secret agent? Check out DOUBLE VISION and CODE NAME 711 by @FTBradleyAuthor! http://bit.ly/1gSyV7x
- â€@PWKidsBookshelf: This year’s NBA finalists in Young People’s Literature: Meg Rosoff, Tom McNeal, Kathi Appelt, Cynthia Kadohata, and Gene Luen Yang
- â€@PenguinTeen: .@TMGoeglein reveals the cover for the 3rd #ColdFury book, #EmbersandAsh! http://bit.ly/195jPdx We love it, how about you?
- @sljournal: And if you need a go-to list of Horror YA Lit, look no further: http://ow.ly/pQwln #TRW13#yalit
- â€@randomhousekids: Set up a Magic Tree House #ReadingBuddies Program in your school, library, or bookstore: http://ht.ly/pINYG @MaryPopeOsborne
- â€@LibraryofCT: Want to get in the Halloween spirit? Check out 13 of the year’s creepiest books http://ow.ly/pPqs0
- @PenguinTeen: More exclusive photos from the #VAMovie! We can’t get enough of them. http://bit.ly/1972CQJ @EW @VAOfficialMovie @RichelleMead
- â€@PenguinTeen: Love this picture of @RichelleMead with the #VAMovie cast on @peoplemag! Read the interview with Richelle here: http://bit.ly/18jcgjP
- @realjohngreen: Last day of shooting the #tfiosmovie. Can’t believe it is coming to an end.
- @sljournal: Here’s a list of SLJ’s read-and-watch-alike posts: YA movies lead to YA books http://ow.ly/pQyDC #TRW13
- â€@randomhousekids: Stars filming for big screen version of “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” by David Levithan & @RachelCohn! http://ht.ly/pPycl @GossipCenter
- @RandomBuzzers: Lunchtime fun: create a Tandem inspired wardrobe pin, win a copy of Tandem and Tether ARC! http://ow.ly/pSl92 @ajarzab @RandomHouseKids
- @TLT16: #TRW13 Don’t forget the Teen Book Inspired Art Contest is Happening Now through Nov 1st. Read books, make art. http://www.libraryasincubatorproject.org/?p=11009
- @Candlewick: Celebrate Teen Read Week with Candlewick’s four FREE YA lit samplers: http://ow.ly/pJA03
- @PenguinTeen: In honor of #TeenReadWeek, tell us your fave YA novel to enter to win a prize pack of books! http://on.fb.me/1957UfD
- @sdiaz101: School Librarians Must Be Assertive Leaders, Technology Experts | SLJ Summit 2013 http://ow.ly/pONfk #sljsummit
- @YALSA_Director: “@yalsa: @CNN weighs in on #TRW13 & #yalit (but not so much on role #librarians play in connecting teens 2 reading) http://ow.ly/pQLxB “
- @sljournal: Give teens a voice in collection development choices: A group of teens review books, CDs, games for SLJ http://ow.ly/pQzQU #TRW13
- @sljournal: Recent SLJ Summit keynoter @anniemurphypaul talks about pleasure reading and its connection to learning: http://ow.ly/pQuAf #TRW13
- @SSEdLib: Happy Teen Read Week! Celebrate with S&S and visit our website for quotes, curriculum guides and more! http://pages.simonandschuster.com/teenreadweek/ #trw13
- @catagator: Sarah Andersen shares about how she does reader’s advisory in the classroom and how she gets creative –> http://stackedbooks.org
- @catagator: Back Got Backlist: why the backlist matters, what it is, and why books never expire http://www.stackedbooks.org/2013/10/baby-got-backlist-and-dont-ever-forget.html â€¦
- @TLT16: Some frightfully scary reads for October – recommended by teens http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2013/10/horrifying-reads-for-october.html â€¦
- â€@TLT16: 4 #TRW13 An A – Z list of books teens love to read, by topic http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/p/book-lists.html â€¦
Just for Fun:
- @sljournal: Librarians Represent at New York Comic Con http://ow.ly/pQByz #NYCC13
- @PWKidsBookshelf: Check out these Halloweeny All Hallows Read posters (free to download and print): http://pwne.ws/16fxk6U
- @Scholastic: What are New York’s best literary landmarks? @CBSNewYork weighs in: http://cbsloc.al/1gkELUk
- @JessicaBrody: The Traveling Story is back and better than ever! Read the first episode here! http://tmblr.co/ZbmESwxncDN0
- â€@RoccoA: This map of the USA shows the most famous book set in each of the 50 States. Do you agree with your state selection http://www.businessinsider.com/most-famous-book-set-in-every-state-map-2013-10 â€¦
-Jennifer Rummel currently reading Exile by Shannon Messenger
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