A look at the elastic borders of YA, New Adult, and adult publishing.
Four influential superintendents see libraries as catalysts for school success—and librarians as change agents in a disrupted learning landscape.
Our collections, and ideally our programming and staffing as well, need to reflect the cultures of parents in our community.
This month’s Popular Picks features favorite authors such as Emma Chichester Clark, Deb Lucke, and Kimberly and James Dean.
Deb Lucke’s sequel to “Lunch Witch” was just named an SLJ Popular Pick. She reveals what’s next for Grunhilda.
A librarian brings lessons from a Chicago high school to a new library leadership post at the East St. Louis (IL) School District.
Gorgeous verse from Nikki Grimes, Emily Jenkins’s playful new picture book, and an anthology from We Need Diverse Books.
The gift from the Broad Foundation will support “student zones” with free computer use, Wi-Fi, printing, and assistance from on-site homework helpers.
A year after Karen Jensen and staff opened a teen maker space at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County (OH), she assesses what worked, what didn’t, and how to move forward.
A young boy with Dreidels on the Brain, a changeling baby, light fantasy for humor lovers, and more.
A compelling look at the ecosystem, careers in leadership, and everything readers ever wanted to know about the human body.
A bilingual version of Helen Lester’s beloved Me First, a Sukkot celebration, an illustrated meditation on beauty, and more.
Cindy Pon follows up Serpentine with the deeply satisfying Sacrifice, Jo Knowles delivers a “realistic and sensitive depiction of a family in crisis,” and Edward Stanton explores Polynesian history.