April 30, 2017

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The Best Early-Learning Blogs | First Steps

Blogs about flannelboards, rhymes, and creative play are among Lisa Kropp’s top picks.

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Counting Down to SLJ’s Popular Picks: Part 3

In advance of the print debut of SLJ’s Popular Picks in the April 2016 issue, SLJ editors have chosen must-have works for kids and teens that appeared in the March 2016 issue.

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Guidance for Kindergartners, Programming for Teens, and Inspiration for ESOL Educators | Professional Reading

This month, find plenty of guidance, whether you serve kindergartners, teens and tweens, or English-language learners.

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Spring Ahead! | Chapter Books Series Update

Adderson, Caroline. Public Library Enemy #1. illus. by Mike Shiell. 124p. (Jasper John Dooley). Kids Can. Apr. 2016. Tr $15.95. ISBN 9781771380157.

Gr 2-4 –Jasper desperately wants to read to the dog at the public library; he’s certain he can find a book that will make her stop frowning. When a series of disasters strike and his library book is destroyed, Jasper must find a way to pay for the book or else he’ll never get […]

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Spreading the Word: Poets share their love of language during school visits

Three poets talk about their experiences visiting schools and talking to students about their work.

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Make A Splash: Wellness, Fitness, and Sports | Focus On

A selection of books and resources that support the 2016 Collaborative Summer Library Program’s overarching theme of “Wellness, Fitness and Sports.”

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The Evolution of Summer Reading | Editorial

Where summer reading works well, it places the library in a student’s learning life during vacation. Combine its goals with hands-on STEM-based programming, and you’ve met summer learning.

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Unbury the Past: Apps and Websites for Exploring Ancient Worlds | Mix It Up

A selection of engaging apps and websites that shed light on ancient cultures.

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How Pura Belpré Paved the Way for Latino Firsts at 2016 YMAs | Libro por libro

The 2016 Newbery Medal-winning author Matt de la Peña, and other Latino authors/illustrators honored at this year’s Youth Media Awards, have long been recognized by the Pura Belpré Awards, celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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Braille’s New Age

Braille tablets and other new tech may help visually impaired children truly engage in e-learning.

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SLJ’s Starred Reviews | March 2016

Check out SLJ’s March 2016 starred titles, from Corinne Duyvis’s sophomore effort, On the Edge of Gone, and Stonewall-winning Sex Is a Funny Word: A Book About Bodies, Feelings, and You.

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Goodbye, Boring Database Instruction. Hello, Search App Smackdown!

How a high school librarian turned turn “uncool” database lessons into a fun, challenging, and competitive game.

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Get Ready for Endless Summer Learning

A focus on learning—encompassing reading—reflects an evolving mind-set for librarians who run summer programs for kids and teens.

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