School Library Journal’s readers and reviewers weigh in on the best new read-alouds.
In his most recent book, the three-time Coretta Scott King award winner imagines the lives and dreams of 11 enslaved men and women, who, in the summer of 1828, were offered for sale.
A librarian in an international school shares information about the library, her school’s student population, and a lesson learned.
These thoroughly researched and visually appealing new nonfiction titles are sure to reel in older readers right from the get-go.
For educators looking for a multimedia approach to teaching about censorship as Banned Books Week nears, Westport Independent may be just the platform.
In his dazzling Radiant Child, Javaka Steptoe explores the life and art of Basquiat through words and pictures.
For every young adult with clear career goals, there are many more still seeking a niche that fits. These titles will help them navigate the path ahead.
If it is a challenge for adults to make sense of this year’s election season, how much more so is it for children and teens? These books will help.
A selection of books to initiate discussions of nature’s nocturnal mysteries, and inspire dream journeys.
Curious to know what books are on your favorite authors’ coffee tables and bedside stands? Here’s your chance to take a peek. Our annual query yielded lists of eagerly anticipated new titles, guilty pleasures, and inspirational reads. Two authors were inspired to respond in verse.
Featuring concise narratives, vivacious artwork, and page-turning comic book formats, these recently published graphic novels make compelling choices for encouraging and empowering young readers.
Marina Budhos’s new book explores the impact surveillance has on a Muslim teen, his family, and his community.
Stock your library shelves with this collection of profusely illustrated titles that will take readers from legendary routes traversed years ago to cities and countries around the globe.
Providing readers advisory services to young, voracious readers can be a challenge, especially when reading ability far exceeds age or grade level. Here’s help.
Two recently published books explore practices that have the potential to increase student success, while calling for significant changes in prevailing pedagogies.