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Extra Helping (twice a week) is SLJ’s award-winning newsletter, keeping children’s librarians up-to-date on breaking news, top tech trends, remarkable new titles, and what kids are reading for fun. Features interviews with the hottest names in children’s literature as well as up-to-the-minute reviews of movies and the books they’re based on, plus job openings, and much more.

SLJTeen (twice a month) provides librarians and educators with the latest news on books, graphic novels, anime, music, and games for teens, as well as monthly interviews of debut YA authors. Reviews by teens are offered regularly, along with technology for the classroom and library, as well as teen consumer information.

Curriculum Connections (monthly) reviews the latest books and other materials for children and young adults, and links these materials to the curriculum. Also included are interviews and thematic articles and authoritative advice on the titles a library or classroom needs to help keep children and teens reading and learning.

Be Tween (monthly), new for 2016, explores middle grade books, library programs, and services for the tweenaged, helping librarians better serve their middle grade patrons. From collection development pieces and booklists to innovative programming ideas, this newsletter focuses on the unique challenges and opportunities around serving those kids who are not little children anymore—but not quite young adults, either.

TechKnowledge (monthly), new for 2016, provides the latest news and best practices around technology for librarians. From maker spaces, robotics, and Web resources to coding education, this newsletter covers up-to-the minute trends and provides critical context and practical tips to help our readers make the most of technology in their work with kids and teens.

SLJ Events Alerts: (occasional) Learn about Library Journal webcasts and events, as well as key industry conferences.

SLJ Research Panel: (occasional) Participate in critical industry research, and receive first looks at upcoming School Library Journal reports.

SLJ Partner Promotions (occasional): Learn about new products, events, sweepstakes, and other resources from our School Library Journal partners.