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Kate DiCamillo Spyke @overspyke🔁Kate DiCamillo IS OVER!
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National Book @nationalbook🔁Kate DiCamillo responded to @mattdelapena's essay from earlier this week, and we're crying all over again. time.com
Kate DiCamillo Kelly Ramsdell @kellyrramsdell🔁 @MelissaSarno And I couldn't help putting Kate DiCamillo's words in a pretty design. Just beautiful.
Kate DiCamillo Sarah J. Donovan,PhD @MrsSJDonovan🔁 I LOVE Kate DiCamillo's letter to @mattdelapena. time.com
Sarah Begley @SCBegley🔁Earlier this week, we ran a lovely essay by Matt de la Peña, in which he said he'd like to ask Kate DiCamillo some q twitter.com uestions about sadness in kids' books. She read it and responded in equally lovely style here:
TIME @TIME🔁"Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad" ti.me
Jennifer Wells @madamewells🔁Top story: Kate DiCamillo: Why Kids Books Should Be a Little Sad | Time time.com see more tweetedtimes.com
Mrs. Jessica Fair @MrsJessicaFair🔁Earlier this week, we ran a lovely essay by Matt de la Peña, in which he said he'd like to ask Kate DiCamillo some questions about sadness in kids' books. She read it and responded in equally lovely style here:
Julia McCarthy @thejumbles🔁 "I think our job is to love the world."
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Heather Vittore @heathervittore🔁"Why children's books should be a little sad" — a response from Kate DiCamillo:
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Monica Sharman @monicasharman🔁What is our job as writers?
"I think our job is to trust our readers.
I think our job is to see and to let ourselves twitter.com be seen.
I think our job is to love the world."
- Kate DiCamillo via
The Bookish Advocate @bookishadvocate🔁Oh, my. I didn't think there could be any better article than 's TIME article, & then Kate DiCamillo WROTE HIM A LE twitter.com TTER IN RESPONSE. It is beautiful & my heart is on the floor in a mushy lump. Plus, I love nothing better than a PB or MG book that is a little sad...
Karen & Brian Tucker @LitCup🔁Kate DiCamillo responded to 's essay from earlier this week, and we're crying all over again.
Tom B. @BuildaLibrary🔁Kate DiCamillo to : “You asked how honest we, as writers of books for children, should be with our readers, whether it is our job to tell them the truth or preserve their innocence.”
Bonnie Carr O'Neill @Bonnie_ONeill🔁This is just lovely.
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Maria @mariacsteinmetz🔁 ‘Why Children’s Books Should Be a Little Sad,’ by Kate DiCamillo | @TIME pwne.ws
Laurie Dennison @lauriedennison🔁Man, way to make me cry again, Time. If the first one resonated with you, be sure to read part 2.

"I knew that a ter twitter.com rible thing was going to happen, and I also knew that it was going to be okay somehow."


June Smalls @June_Smalls🔁Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me via @
Leah Schiano @leeschi🔁In which Kate DiCamillo writes a beautiful response to ’s beautiful essay.

Books make a difference. twitter.com


Jacinta Di Mase @Jacinta_DiMase🔁A truly beautiful response by Kate DiCamillo to Matt de la Pena's question - Is the job of a writer for the very young to tell the truth or preserve innocence?.
April M. Dawkins @Aprldwkns🔁Companion piece to the de la Pena article from earlier this week written by Kate DiCamillo fb.me
Anjali Amit @1offering1🔁Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me
Angela Kunkel 📚 @rahrahread🔁Such a beautiful response to Matt de la Peña's earlier essay on sadness in - Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books twitter.com should be a little sad
Gabrielle Wang @GabrielleWang🔁A truly beautiful response by Kate DiCamillo to Matt de la Pena's question - Is the job of a writer for the very youn twitter.com g to tell the truth or preserve innocence?.
Jen Lei @Jen_Lei🔁Kate DiCamillo’s excellent response to “So that’s the question, I guess, for you and for me and for all of us tryi twitter.com ng to do this sacred task of telling stories for the young: How do we tell the truth and make that truth bearable”
James Minter, author & child values promoter @james_minter🔁Kate DiCamillo's eloquent response to and why I think children's authors and illustrators are amazing via @
Cindy Ulrey @cyanbe🔁Newbery Medal winning author Kate DiCamillo visits Spokane on Saturday, March 3rd. Tickets go on sale at Auntie's January 22 at 9am.
CCS Library @cathcooklibrary🔁I encountered children’s Books as an adult, and so I can only imagined the effect they would have had to chenge my life if I had known them as a child. Did you read Matt’s article? Here is Kate’s answer.
Cory Leonardo 🍒 @_CoryLeonardo🔁"I think our job is to trust our readers.

I think our job is to see and to let ourselves be seen.

I think our job is to love the world."
This is what I strive for in all my books.
Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad


Donna Cangelosi @DonnaCangelosi2🔁Kate DiCamillo on being SEEN in children's books.
Kid to Kate: “My dad's in California and I’m here with my mom. And I thought I might not be okay. But you said today that you’re okay. And so I think that I will be okay, too.”

Auntie's Bookstore @auntiesbooks🔁Newbery Medal winning author Kate DiCamillo visits Spokane on Saturday, March 3rd. Tickets go on sale at Auntie's Jan twitter.com uary 22 at 9am.
Miriam Busch @MiriamBusch🔁No, YOU'RE CRYING.
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Joanna Sholem @BookJo🔁 Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me
Lexie @wattalexie🔁"I think our job is to love the world."
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Real_Infinity95 @Real_Infinity95🔁 "Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad" ti.me
Rachel Rosen @RachelBRosen🔁A lot of parents, including me, struggle with the question of whether to preserve innocence in our children at the e twitter.com xpense of telling the truth, or to be honest about hard things in the world. Here’s a great answer from the perspective of a writer.
Pat Kahn @PatKahn1🔁✎___Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me
Jill Guccini @JillGuccini🔁During a tough week, this beautiful essay from , and Kate DiCamillo's equally beautiful response, made me cry at my c twitter.com irculation desk and remember why I'm here.
MB @IslaGatorPup🔁KATE- Nails it again. With LOVE.
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Megan Maynor @megan_maynor🔁ICYMI, pt. 2, Answers from Kate DiCamillo:
Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me
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Abigail Levin @CedarReaders🔁"I think our job is to trust our readers. I think our job is to see and to let ourselves be seen. I think our job is twitter.com to love the world."

MrsShadish @MrsShadish🔁Kate DiCamillo: Why Kids Books Should Be a Little Sad | Time time.com
Stephanie Passman @PassmanACPS🔁 Kate DiCamillo pens a response to @mattdelapena. The world is a better place. I cry at my desk. time.com
Kate Horan @TXKateLibrarian🔁Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me via @
Char Rinehart @CharRinehart🔁Whether it’s a children’s book or an article in magazine, Kate Dicamillo and can touch my heart. And, thankfully, m twitter.com ake the truth bearable for children.
Sunny Day Publishing @sunnydaypub🔁Beautiful. And just what I attempt in my own writing. Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad death and loneliness in PBs
Owlkids Publishing @owlkids🔁 Why Children’s Books Should Be a Little Sad fb.me
KidsBooksToday @KidsBooksToday🔁Kate DiCamillo: Why Kids Books Should Be a Little Sad goo.gl
Jessica Salans @JessicaSalans🔁"Dear Matt,

I read Love, and I want you to know that when I turned the page and saw that child hiding under the... fb.me


Sarah Aronson @sarah_aronson🔁This will resonate with everyone. Thank you, Kate DiCamillo. This is powerful. You ARE seen. And through you, so are twitter.com we.
so called meg 🐼🐨🐻 @sakai_meg🔁 We love this beautiful essay by author Kate DiCamillo on why children's books should be a little sad ti.me
Scott Magoon @smagoon🔁Yes, @mattdelapena, Kate DiCamillo (& E. B. White)! #lovetheworld. ❤️

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Maria Ashworth @maria_ashworth🔁Why Children’s Books Should Be a Little Sad fb.me
Laura Arnhold @literacious🔁Kate DiCamillo's eloquent response to and why I think children's authors and illustrators are amazing via @ twitter.com
Leo @LMESReads🔁If you are not following this conversation, I strongly encourage you to read both articles. They are the most optim twitter.com istic and encouraging discussions. and Kate DiCamillo are leaders. Love the World
Gus Gordon @IllustratorGus🔁Beautiful response from Kate DiCamillo to Matt De La Pena, on why children's books should be a little sad
Manju B. Howard @ManjuBeth🔁"How do we tell the truth and make that truth bearable?" Author Kate DiCamillo ti.me
The Strange Fascinations of Stefani Sloma @StefaniSloma🔁"And I found out that I could bear it." -- Kate DiCamillo, on why children's books should be a little sad
Carolyn B. Fraiser @CarolynBFraiser🔁"How do we tell the truth and make that truth bearable?" - Kate DiCamillo
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