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Red Glove or, The Devil Inside

Red Glove by Holly Black

Red Glove by Holly Black (author’s website)

Roll Call Question:
What children/young adult blogs do you read?

American Indian’s in Children’s Literature
Bookshelves of Doom
MotherReader

Topic:
Oklahoma 2011 Sequoyah Winners and 2012 Masterlists

Recommendations:

Cathie Sue
Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross
Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier
Mermaids are the new trend, here, here and here.
Ripple by Mandy Hubbard
Green Money by Not Holly Black

Emily
Dr. Who (BBC)
IPhone Nike +GPS app

Karl
Echo Bazaar (online game)
Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly and playlist
Weeding your collection (see Space Between Trees entry)

Adrienne
List of best written and acted TV Shows

Mockingbirds or, Tweet, Tweet

Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney

Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney (author’s website)

Topic: Reader’s Advisory in the stacks when the kid want’s the book NOW!

It’s All About Text Appeal: Want readers’ advisory to make a difference? Teach your kids how to speak intelligently about books.”  Nesi, Olgai. School Library Journal, August 1, 2010.

Recommendations

Emily
Treehouse Cottages in Eureka Springs, AR

Karl
Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks and Good Food by Brian Talbot
Alice in Sunderland by Bryan Talbot (author’s website)

Adrienne
Moleskine Journals

Last Words
Karl says: Create Something Everyday– Do. Create. Live.
Adrienne says: We re-recorded Ninth Ward and Extraordinary Secrets of April, May and June. We decided to move forward.

We really enjoyed Ninth Ward and for an adult author writing her first children’s book, it was a good job well done.

As for Secrets, Emily enjoyed it more than the rest of us, although we could all relate to the sibling relationship and the arguing.

Upcoming Books
Guys Read: Funny Business ed. by Jon Scieskza
6 picture books selected by Cathie Sue and Jenny

  • Banana! by Ed Vere
  • Stalling by Alan Katz
  • Two Dumb Ducks by Maxwell Eaton
  • Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton
  • Big Rig Bugs by Kurt Cyrus
  • Phileas’ Fortune by Lestrade and Thirteen Words by Lemony Snicket

As Easy As Falling Off the Face of the Earth by Lynne Rae Perkins


Clockwork Angel or, A Corset Too Tight

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare – Author website

Clockwork Angel Playlist – Author’s list of songs in Grooveshark playlist

Topic

Who the heck are we?!?

Adrienne Butler, Youth Services Consultant, Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Emily Williams, Young Adult Services Coordinator, Metropolitan Library System

Cathie Sue Andersen, Selector – Youth Fiction, Tulsa City County Library System

Karl Siewert, Young Adult Librarian, Tulsa City County Library System

Recommendations

Adrienne
Slate Culture Gabfest
Slate Spoiler Special
Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey
Renew your driver’s license

Cathie Sue
The Sweetness At The Bottom Of The Pie by Alan C. Bradley
The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag by Alan C. Bradley
ThinkGeek.com

Karl
To Write Love On Her Arms.org
Fade to Blue by Sean Bedoin
Ignite – Seattle, Tulsa, OKC

Emily
Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman, AMC TV Show

Upcoming Books:

Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

Zombies vs Unicorns by Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier

The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May and June by Robin Benway

The Prince of Mist or, He was *mostly* dead

The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Author website

Topic

Gay Teen Literature

Extended Topic Resources

Last Words
Bull-E 2010 – The new world of online cruelty” by Emily Bazelon, Slate.com. A series of articles on bullying and Phoebe Prince.
Will by Maria Boyd

Recommendations

Emily
Forever Young Adult
blog
@4everYA on Twitter
@librainiac on Twitter

Cathie Sue
Horning, Kathleen T. From Cover to Cover: Evaluating and Reviewing Children’s Books. New York: Collins, 2010. Print.

Pitt, Brad, Edward Norton, Carter H. Bonham, David Fincher, and Chuck Palahniuk. Fight Club. Burbank, CA: 20th Century Fox, 2002.
When a ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a soap salesman channel their aggression into therapeutic “fight clubs”, an eccentric woman gets in the way and ignites an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion.

Palahniuk, Chuck. Fight Club. New York: W.W. Norton & Co, 1996. Print
The rise of a terrorist organization led by a waiter who enjoys spitting in people’s soup. He starts a fighting club, where men bash each other, and the club quickly gains in popularity. It becomes the springboard for a movement devoted to destruction for destruction’s sake.

Adrienne
Grooveshark You listen to the music you want to hear streaming on your computer. You can create playlists and share them with friends.

One Crazy Summer

Extended Resources

Rita Williams-Garcia Author’s website
Sally Wern Comport Illustrator’s website;  cover art , Jacket Knack interview
Black Panthers Wikipedia entry
1964 Brown University Scholarly Technology Group
Huey Newton
Gwendolyn Brooks “We Real Cool” Wikipedia entry
Brenda and the Tabulations “Dry Your Eyes”
Bobby Hutton Wikipedia entry
Reverend King The King  Center website
Bobby Kennedy Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights
Merriam Webster Wikipedia entry
Cassius Clay/Muhammad Ali
Mr. Bubble Bath Wikipedia entry
Eldridge Cleaver Wikipedia entry
H. Rap Brown Wikipedia entry
Ho Chi Minh Wikipedia entry

Related Book
Countdown by Deborah Wiles

Topic
Series Update (PDF)
How to do a booktalk
Nancy Keane, booktalks website
Google search results: How to do a book talk

Recommendations

Emily
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larsson
Yotsuba&! by Kiyohiko Azuma

Cathie Sue
Marvel iPhone App; DC iPhone App
#dearpublisher Twitter hashtag

Adrienne
Clean House Style Network
Finding My Place by Traci L. Jones