Blogs
Many authors maintain a constant web presence by keeping their own blogs. You can follow their blogs to keep up-to-date on what's happening with their books, new writings and book tours.



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Elementary Example: McKillop Library
Secondary Example: "Royal Reads"



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Twitter

For a constant feed of Children's & YA lit news, Twitter is your tool. Follow your favorite authors, publishers and bloggers on Twitter.

This is just a small sampling of those who tweet.

Libraries & Publishers
Bloggers & Reviewers
Young Adult Authors



Prezi CrePreziIcon.jpgations:
"The Zooming Presentation Editor"
Secondary Example:
Anna Zaitzeff's Maximum Ride Prezi



KidderLit
"Twittering the first lines of kids' books so you don't have to."
Every morning we'll post the first line of a young adult or children's book here at KidderLit.com. The trick is that we don't tell you what the book is or who the author is. To find out, you have to click the link to be taken to the book's page on Amazon.
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Cosketch
CoSketch is a multi-user online whiteboard designed to give you the ability to quickly visualize and share your ideas as images.
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