Every Friday, we share a handful of links we found interesting, provocative, funny — or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!
In celebration of awards season, Jessica found a great article about the Newbury and Caldecott awards – the Oscars of children’s literature. Check out what it takes to be on the committee.
Well, this makes me want to quadruple check my OOM posts before going live. Morgan shared an article from The Atlantic reporting The New York Times had a mistake on its front page EVERY DAY for over a century.
Are you a fan of Alice in Wonderland? Megan sent me the eerie, yet stunning artwork of Ralph Steadman’s 1973 illustrations of the iconic novel. Did you know the illustrator was best known for inkblot drawings?
Nadia shared a brilliant article from New York Magazine’s “Vulture” about the “5 Best Punctuation Marks in Literature.” Did you favorite make the list?
Smile (or not)! Check out the passport photos of famed authors including James Joyce, Virginia Wolfe and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Here are few more interesting links that the OOM team could not stop talking about this week:
- The first 3-D printed book cover has arrived!
- Oyster, an e-book subscription service, raised $14 million.
- Glamourous! Book-inspired accessories.
- Fantasy novels were the top genre for kids in 2013.
- This had me in stitches: Funniest things kids have said to teachers.
Have a great weekend everyone!