Look at the library through an outsider’s eyes to see why some families still don’t use the library. Then make a plan to get those families involved, and pitch it to your supervisor.
A primer for taking on censorship, the ins and outs of media mentorship, and a guide for coping with conflicts within the school.
A selection of books and media that explore Arthurian legend and stories that it inspired. From scholarly works to popular culture references, these stories continue to captivate our collective imaginations.
For those struggling to keep up with the demand for fresh and new board books, this roundup of recently published titles is just for you. Brooke Newberry, an early literacy librarian and new mom, has selected and annotated 50 must-have picks.
These powerhouse librarians leveraged their experience to shift careers midstream, after decades on the job, or post-“retirement.” They’re still giving to the profession.
Strategies for safeguarding student data in schools and libraries, and student privacy in general, in the information age.
The Presidential Primary Source Project presents free, live-streamed programs for middle and high school students. Covering “Culture, Society, and Presidential Decision-Making,” the presentations run through March 2017.
This month’s can’t-miss titles include Jason Chin’s stunning look at the Grand Canyon, George O’Connor’s graphic novel treatment of the goddess of the hunt, and a charming new chapter book from Laura Amy Schlitz.
From astronomy and salsa storytime to family literacy and more, these programming ideas for the year ahead hit it out of the park.
In the era of fake news, librarians are our best hope for educating kids about bogus reporting, biased points of view, and more.
Michaela MacColl’s historical fiction title takes place at the Carlisle Indian School; Scott Westerfeld pens a series opener sure to please ardent sci-fi fans.
From animals and nature to dating advice for teen boys, January’s online-only reviews include a variety of accessible and informational titles.
A number of classic tales lead the way this month, from Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen to a new take on Pinocchio and more.
Sara Wolf’s follow up to Love Me Never; the conclusion to Marie Lu’s “Young Elites” series; the latest “Team DEVIL” title.
Nayeri, director of children’s publishing at Workman, leads a close-knit creative team tasked with an unusual mandate.