~posted by Shannon W.
Skip the memes and viral videos – Shannon from Douglass-Truth Library has rounded up 10 standout web phenomena now in print at your library.
Black Lives Matter by Sue Bradford Edwards
The social media hashtag that became a rallying cry for protesters seeking social justice and an end to police brutality.
Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Irin Carmon
What started as a Tumblr mashup of Ruth Bader Ginsberg and The Notorious B.I.G. became a legitimate biography of one of America’s most influential women.
The Sartorialist X by Scott Schuman
This is the third book in a series by the New York street fashion photographer and blogger Scott Schuman.
The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl by Issa Rae
More hilarious stories from a YouTube star whose sitcom breaks racial stereotypes.
The Amazing Book Is Not on Fire: The World of Dan and Phil by Dan Howell and Phil Lester
The true story of two young British heartthrobs who have over 8 million combined Youtube subscribers.
Retronaut: The Photographic Time Machine by Chris Wild
Step into National Geographic’s Retronaut, the wayback blog that will change your perceptions of the past.
Can’t cook? This YouTube sensation thinks you’re not trying (and drinking) hard enough.
What If? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe
The world asks crackpot science questions, and this blogger answers, complete with formulas and diagrams.
Harlow and Sage (and Indiana) by Brittni Vega
After you check out these odd couple anecdotes as told by a Weimaraner, follow their further adventures on Instagram.
Depression is serious, and seriously funny, in this webcomic turned memoir.