Donalyn Miller To Curate SLJ Newsletter Curriculum Connections

School Library Journal welcomes a new contributor, award-winning teacher and author Donalyn Miller.

School Library Journal (SLJ) welcomes a new contributor: Donalyn Miller.

An award-winning teacher and author, Miller will curate SLJ’s monthly newsletter, Curriculum Connections, beginning with the January 17 edition.

Readers can look forward to a monthly post by Miller related to K–12 curriculum; trending topics in education; literacy; children’s literature; and more. She will be featured front and center of each newsletter and will pen the editor’s note. 

Miller will also commission a piece on a topic of her choosing and curate the balance of the newsletter, providing SLJ reviews, feature stories, opinion, and service journalism in an essential resource serving teachers and librarians.

To subscribe to Curriculum Connections, visit our newsletter page.

 

About Miller:

Donalyn Miller is the author or co-author of several books, including The Book Whisperer (Jossey-Bass, 2009) and Reading in the Wild (Jossey-Bass, 2013). With teacher Colby Sharp, she co-founded the “Nerdy Book Club” blog in 2011. That effort has spawned a Nerdy Book Club podcast and professional development events, including Nerd Camp Michigan and Nerd Camp, Jr. Miller is the founder of the annual summer #bookaday challenge and, with Sharp, co-hosts #titletalk, a monthly Twitter chat about reading and books.

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Kathy Ishizuka

Kathy Ishizuka is editor in chief of School Library Journal.

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