SLJ's Back-to-School Roundup | Resources

Tech maven Joyce Valenza and longtime SLJ contributor Joy Fleishhacker share the latest tools and book picks for the back-to-school season. From curated reading lists to useful tech trends and tips, School Library Journalhas gathered the following resources to help your students, patrons, parents (and you) get back in the swing of things.
Tech maven Joyce Valenza and longtime SLJ contributor Joy Fleishhacker share the latest tools and book picks for the back-to-school season. From curated reading lists to useful tech trends and tips, School Library Journal has gathered numerous resources to help your students, patrons, parents (and you) get back in the swing of things. Here is a just selection of what our resource page includes. Back to reading Bouncing Back to School: Great Books for Easing First Day Jitters By Joy Fleishhacker From what to wear to following rules to making friends, these engaging picture books address common beginning-of-the-year concerns with solid storytelling, genuine empathy, and upbeat resolutions. The list includes titles both new and tried-and-true that will reassure youngsters that their apprehensions are shared by others. Books to Enhance Class Trips and Learning Adventures | Focus On By Joy Fleishhacker A mix of fact-filled offerings and fictional adventures, these titles give kids a break from the routine and encourage interactive learning experiences. Joyce Valenza’s tech picks Fall decorating: a round-up of smart (and free) posters Meaningful, inspiring, attractive visuals to fill our display cases, grace our bulletin boards, and embed on our websites—and where to find them. Your back-to-school letter Valenza shares Doug Johnson’s suggestions for writing the back-to-school letter Orientation inspiration With help from the #tlchat community, Valenza crowd-sourced suggestions for making library orientations inventive, different, and fun.

For more, visit our Back-to-School resources page.

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