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School Library Journal, August 2015 Issue: Table of Contents

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Cover Story

Tech It to the Limit

SLJ’s tech survey finds that school librarians need more tools and bandwidth

By Lauren Barack

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Collection Building

  • Real World Readers: Attention-grabbing titles that are sure to get kids reading | Focus On
    By Barbara Moon
  • Real Deal: Realistic fiction tackles teen issues while it entertains listeners | Listen In
    By Sharon Grover & Liz Hannegan

Departments

  • Up in the Branches: Let’s build a more physically active world | Editorial
    By Rebecca T. Miller
  • Coding Made Fun with Robots: SLJ reviews kid-friendly robots, Dash and Dot | Up Front
    By Chad Sansing

Columns

  • It’s About Choice: Four tactics for fostering intellectual freedom | Scales on Censorship
    By Pat Scales
  • To Weed or Not to Weed? Criteria to ensure that your nonfiction collection remains up-to-date | Everyday Librarian
    By Deborah B. Ford

Letters to SLJ: August 2015

The Reviews

  • Multimedia Reviews: DVD
  • Multimedia Reviews: Audiobooks
  • Multimedia Reviews: Music
  • The Book Review/Fiction:
    • Back to School Roundup
    • Picture Books, Early Childhood
    • Picture Books, Elementary
    • Picture Books, Beginning Readers
    • Chapter Books
    • Middle Grade
    • Middle-Grade Graphic Novels
    • Series Update: Middle Grade
    • Young Adult, Middle School
    • Young Adult, High School
    • YA Graphic Novels
    • YA Series Update
  • The Book Review/Nonfiction
    • Adult Books 4 Teens
    • Elementary
    • Middle to High School
    • Graphic Nonfiction
  • Book/Multimedia Review Stars List

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