Humble I S D 2010

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October 27, 2010, presentation to Humble librarians

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Humble I S D 2010

  1. 1. with Teri S. Lesesne (rhymes with insane) SHSU Department of Library Science SOME NEW HOT BOOKS FOR 2010
  2. 2. Wiesner Strikes Again!
  3. 3. GN and History
  4. 4. Nonfiction Winner
  5. 5. Milieuand its function in writer’s life
  6. 6. Series Stinker!
  7. 7. Ladder Rung
  8. 8. FairyTale Reimaginings
  9. 9. Such Characters!
  10. 10. I Spy!
  11. 11. Dark Thoughts
  12. 12. History Redux
  13. 13. Storytelling
  14. 14. Funny Fertile Future
  15. 15. New Christmas Classic
  16. 16. Language that Sings
  17. 17. Funny Guysand a Girl, Too!
  18. 18. Autistic Characters Find Loveand Acceptance
  19. 19. Metafiction (and censorship)
  20. 20. Nonfiction Wonder!
  21. 21. Upand Away
  22. 22. Hits the Funnybone
  23. 23. Dystopic much?
  24. 24. Read it, you must
  25. 25. Wondla-ful!
  26. 26. Attention Span
  27. 27. Get Graphic
  28. 28. Heratbreaker
  29. 29. Zen and Halloween?
  30. 30. Meet Zora Neale Hurston
  31. 31. YOU will be stunned
  32. 32. Riveting and revolting
  33. 33. Adding context
  34. 34. Historyand sciencecomealive
  35. 35. War Stories
  36. 36. Whata pair!
  37. 37. Looking back at unwinnablewars
  38. 38. Getting it right
  39. 39. Science fiction parexcellence
  40. 40. Tween Triumph
  41. 41. Biography Reimagined
  42. 42. EZ readerwith Ommph!
  43. 43. Chilling
  44. 44. Interrupted Narrative
  45. 45. On the Road Again
  46. 46. End of trilogy
  47. 47. Middleof Trilogy
  48. 48. Novel in Verseand Biography
  49. 49. Anthology for Guys
  50. 50. Incorrigibly Funny
  51. 51. Whata Pearl!
  52. 52. Definitelya Keeper
  53. 53. Mirror Magic
  54. 54. HistoryAlive
  55. 55. Triumphant
  56. 56. A Grimm Tale
  57. 57. Whowill win?
  58. 58. Language Play
  59. 59. NBA Finalist
  60. 60. Questions, Anyone?
  61. 61. Funny men
  62. 62. Bestwriting book ever
  63. 63. Too funny forwords
  64. 64. manifesto To you zealots and bigots and false patriots who live in fear of discourse. You screamers and banners and burners who would force books off shelves in your brand name of greater good.
  65. 65. You say you’re afraid for children, innocents ripe for corruption by perversion or sorcery on the page. But sticks and stones do break bones, and ignorance is no armor. You do not speak for me, and will not deny my kids magic in favor of miracles.
  66. 66. You say you’re afraid for America, the red, white and blue corroded by terrorists, socialists, the sexually confused. But we are a vast quilt of patchwork cultures and multi-gendered identities. You cannot speak for those whose ancestors braved different seas.
  67. 67. You say you’re afraid for God, the living word eroded by Muhammed and Darwin and Magdalene. But the omnipotent sculptor of heaven and earth designed intelligence. Surely you dare not speak for the father, who opens his arms to all.
  68. 68. A word to the unwise. Torch every book. Char every page. Burn every word to ash. Ideas are incombustible. And therein lies your real fear. — Ellen HopkinS, bestselling author of Crank , Fallen, Identical, and more
  69. 69.  http://printzpreviews.blogspot.com/

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