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Friday Finds – February 27, 2015

This Week at TLT

Sunday Reflections: The Skin I’m Not Comfortable In, looking back and looking forward at a life with an eating disorder

Book Review: Elena Vanishing: A Memoir by Elena and Clare B. Dunkle

Medication, Depression, and I Was Here

Middle Grade Monday – Shannon Hale

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ this (late) winter

An updated pop up mobile makerspace, what I know now and how I’m adding more technology

Serving Full T.I.L.T. : Empathy, remembering what it’s like to be a teen and how it helps us be better teen services librarians

Evaluating Potential Technology for a Makerspace: Cubelets, Little Bits, MaKey MaKey, Raspberry Pi, Sphero

Lists, Letters, and More: YA Books with Characters Who Write

FSYALit: Catholicism in YA, a guest post by Katie Behrens

Around the Web

At Huffington Post – ‘Survival Sex’ And The LGBTQ Youth Who Are Turning To It

Six lessons on young adults’ literature from a 13-year-old

This week in authors being smart on the internet:

At the Washington Post – Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right.

A thoughtful response to the $7.25 per hour wage for a library director in Kentucky, from dollymegan.com.

New Line options the movie rights to Gayle Forman’s newest novel.

From Latin@s in Kid Lit – Depression in YA and the Latin@ Community

Learner Publishing acquired Egmont’s USA list

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