The recent expanding of deportation regulations have not just stirred up fear and worry in communities, they have also spurred many schools and districts to take action.
A “Wall Street Journal” article profiling kid lit “rock stars” who are all white men angered readers. it also prompted soul-searching about diversity in the profession—and a push for solutions.
Children’s librarians are leveraging an old favorite, stuffed animals, to impart a love of reading. A new study shows their efforts make a measurable difference.
Pick awesome books, offer choice, and value student voice. Read more tips from a 2016 SLJ School Librarian of the Year finalist.
“The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical” opens on March 23. Fans will notice a lot of the dialogue comes straight from the book.
The author of 28 beloved children’s books was inspiring readers and colleagues to the very end of her life.
The worldwide distributor of books, digital content, and entertainment, Baker & Taylor, has new leadership.
The biannual report is a reminder for librarians that parents and kids want good stories, humor, and strong characters. The challenge is improving access.
In an age of ESSA and regulation unknowns, the best thing to do right now is to advocate for yourself.
From Marley Dias to Gloria Steinem, Frida Kahlo, Elizabeth Warren, and Patsy Takemoto Mink, here are women to celebrate.
Celebrating Women’s History Month, political commentator Cokie Roberts enthralled third graders while speaking about her children’s books, women, early American history, research, and writing.
An elementary school in Westport, CT, kicked off their One Book, One School initiative on Read Across America Day, with a suspenseful school-wide assembly.
Librarians and teachers, as well as government and school district officials, have spoken out against the revocation and vowed support for all students.
Here’s a round-up of scholarships, grants, and prizes available to teachers, librarians, and students.
Connecting our children to the ongoing work of science can leave them in awe of those who forge the way by revealing how our world works.