August 20, 2017

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SLJ’s Sneak Peek is a guide to the most hotly anticipated children’s and YA titles publishing in fall 2017—curated by the book review editors and sponsored by Mackin Educational. Whether you’re working on collection development, considering what titles to booktalk in the coming months, or curious about which books will be given away as free galleys at ALA Annual, we’ve got you covered. Sign up here to download the free PDF.

  • Peruse the list of must-have titles organized by format/age group
  • Look for the “ALA” notation to see which galleys publishers are giving away at ALA Annual
  • Check out which authors/illustrators will be signing at ALA
  • Let us know what you think of the guide and how you plan to use it by tweeting @sljournal using the hashtag #SLJSneakPeek
Shelley Diaz About Shelley Diaz

Shelley M. Diaz (sdiaz@mediasourceinc.com) is School Library Journal's Reviews Team Manager and SLJTeen newsletter editor. She has 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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