August 17, 2017

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SLJ’s August 2017 Popular Picks

Welcome readers back to school with September’s Popular Picks! This month brings lost picnics, runaway pasta, potato chip history, tons of high-octane YA, and much more.

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44 Terrific Titles | August 2017

August’s stars feature Molly Idle’s “Flora” adventures, an illustrated biography of the legendary Arturo Schomburg, and audiobooks of two popular YA titles.

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Athletes, Activists, and Other Amazing Women | Women’s History Month

A host of new titles celebrate the achievements of women.

A Bevy of Books for Gift-giving | SLJ Sneak Peek

From a galazy far, far away to a pop-up misadventure, this month’s sneak peek of January 2015 reviews features great last-minute gift ideas and new titles to add to your TBR pile.

Hearing the World: Fiction and nonfiction audiobooks from around the globe | Listen In

December brings with it the close of the calendar year, giving us time to reflect on and celebrate the diversity of our world’s cultures. Audiobooks, especially those that represent common human experiences and examine global heritage and customs, afford listeners an opportunity to hear stories from around the world.

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Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

I thought readers here might be interested to know, if they hadn’t heard already, that Malala Yousafzai has just been named a co-recipient of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Malala is, of course, the author of I Am Malala–reviewed here back in December–which chronicles her struggle for education for girls in Pakistan, and eventual shooting […]

Great Titles About 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Malala Yousafzai

Share the inspiring true story of Malala Yousafzai, a 2014 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, with these great new titles.

Ring the Bell: Back-to-School YA Titles

The new school year brings teens the possibilities of new friendships. In Malala’s case, it meant fighting for her right to even go to school. In a fantasy novel, being one of the “in crowd” could mean your death. The following selections from Junior Library Guild editors will lead readers into the divergent worlds of life in high school.

Tenacious Teens | SLJ Spotlight

Four new titles about formidable teens making a change.