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August 31, 2014

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Celebrating Trev Jones, SLJ Book Review Editor | Slideshow

trev party Celebrating Trev Jones, SLJ Book Review Editor | Slideshow

Trevelyn Jones holding a mock SLJ cover, created in her honor.

School Library Journal celebrated Trevelyn Jones, SLJ Book Review Editor, who retired after three decades, and more than 100,000 reviews under her helm.

The event was held at Random House on October 29, and was attended by SLJ and Library Journal staff—past and present—representatives from several children’s publishers, and longtime friends and reviewers.

For a look at photos from the festive event, check out the slideshow below:

Here’s a sound recording of some of the speeches honoring Jones’s stellar work at SLJ:

See also:

SLJ’s Trevelyn Jones to Retire; Darien Library’s Kiera Parrott to Head SLJ Reviews

Thank You, Trev: SLJ Staff Pay Tribute to Trev Jones

Shelley Diaz About Shelley Diaz

Shelley M. Diaz (sdiaz@mediasourceinc.com) is Senior Editor of School Library Journal's Reviews. She recently received her MLIS in Public Librarianship with a Certificate in Children’s & YA Services from Queens College, and can be found on Twitter @sdiaz101.

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  1. I enjoyed working with her, e-talking about depictions of American Indians in children’s books. I hate to see her retire, but I wish her well.

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