Julie Larios got in a tad late for last week, but she’s paying attention!
Peter Sieruta thinks that next year “Fuse #8 and the BOB folks should join forces and run competitions to select the top Newbery title of all time.” He suggests some intriguing matches and a lot of the competitors would be Undeads….hmmm….
“If you prefer to limit discussion of basketball in class, you might use School Library Journal’s Battle of the Kids’ Books bracket” so said the New York Times Learning Network in a post about March Madness (the basketball kind).
Caroline Parr has a terrific piece about the Battle on fredericksburg.com.
Liz B is back with terrific posts on all the matches. See them here, here, here, here, and here.
Joel Singerman is following carefully.
Happily, Laura still has plenty to say here, here, and here.
Here’s Betsy of Fuse#Eight with her recap of week two!
This Grrl Reads is paying attention she weighed in thoughtfully about Round 1 Match 8.
Christina Rodriguez gave us a shout-out.
Jessica Leader pointed out Julius Lester’s decision as an example of the Battle.
Brain Lair’s Round Two Picks.
Sondy considers the first round.