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This week: Our “stars” of the month, a free program in media literacy, and more books—bargain and ‘woke’ varieties.

Our “stars” of the month, a free program in media literacy, and more books—bargain and ‘woke’ varieties. These are our most read stories on SLJ.com.

 

1. 44 Fantastic New Books | March 2019 Stars

Must-have new titles for library collections, reviewed in our March issue.

 

2. PBS Offers Free Educator Credential in Media Literacy

PBS and KQED have launched a free certification in media literacy through a micro-credential program announced at SXSW EDU.

 

3. Scholastic To Launch "Reading Gives You Superpowers Week"

The March 25-29 initiative with "Dog Man" and "Captain Underpants" creator Dav Pilkey focuses on the importance of reading being fun.

 

4. Book Bargains | Library Hacks

Where librarians find the most books for their bucks.

 

5. Welcome to "Read Woke"

In this new column, Cicely Lewis explores books that embrace social change. 

 

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