May 22, 2017

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Need Sources for Spanish Books for Kids? Look No Further | Libro por Libro

Guest columnist Alexandra Gomez rounds up distributors offering Spanish-language and bilingual materials with highlights from their recent titles.

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Alice in Wonderland: A Very Important Date | Focus On

The 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale warrants a collection of all things Alice to delight and inform readers of all ages.

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SLJ Reviews Tiggly Words: An early literacy product mashes physical letter toys and tablet apps

Tiggly Words mixes touch-screen apps with real-world manipulatives to deliver a hybrid learning experience focused on long and short vowels.

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Nonfiction Series Update

Check out the latest installments of these can’t-miss nonfiction series that tackle a variety of topics: science, animals, careers, history, and more.

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Raising the Bar: New and noteworthy nonfiction for secondary students

Thirty-six must-have nonfiction titles for your collection.

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Getting “Phygital”: Embracing the Space Where Digital and Physical Intertwine | Editorial

A compression of the words physical and digital indicates when those two worlds combine, intersect, or are integrated, and offers new direction in understanding the true complexity of the work today and ahead.

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Getting to E: The State of the School Ebook Market

School libraries are moving toward ebook adoption; the question is how fast.

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Accessible Reads for Struggling and Reluctant Readers | Hi-Lo Roundup

The SLJ review editors round up a selection of the latest hi-lo (high interest, low reading level) titles for middle to high school students.

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SLJ’s Starred Reviews | September 2015

Excellent new titles from Mac Barnett, Emily Jenkins, Mo Willems, M.T. Anderson, and Steve Sheinkin top the September Stars list.

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Set the Right Course for Back to School

How do you make sure you’re starting your school year on track and in command? School librarians share their best tips.

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Meet Kristina Holzweiss, SLJ’s 2015 School Librarian of the Year

From her blog, entitled “Bunhead with Duct Tape,” to her maker space program called SLIME, Kristina Holzweiss, of Bay Shore Middle School in Long Island, NY, displays an energetic penchant for tinkering with traditional ideas.

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Nashville’s Pride: Lakisha Brinson, 2015 School Librarian of the Year Finalist

At Robert E. Lilliard Elementary School in Nashville, TN, Lakisha Brinson used a wide array of books, electronic media, and apps to bring social studies to life, particularly during Black History Month lessons.

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Cultivating Passions: Sally Smollar, 2015 School Librarian of the Year Finalist

Sally Smollar engages students in activities from digital media classes to gardening at Plumosa School of the Arts in Delray Beach, FL.

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