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31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Math Books for Kids

Top 20 Books of 2019: 20-16

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31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Fairytales, Folktales, and Religious Tales

Interview with Jo Ann Allen Boyce and Debbie Levy

Friday finds: December 13, 2019

Top 20 Books of 2019: The Full List

Our 2020 Mock Caldecott Results!

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Translated Picture Books

20 2020 Middle Grade Books To Have On Your Radar

#TBT: Chris Grabenstein Visits The Yarn!

Top 20 Books of 2019: 5-1

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Children’s Books with Fabulous Photography

Teaching with Ken Burns in the Classroom

A Brief Discussion of What It’s Like to Be a “Military Brat” in Youth Literature

What Have We Missed?: “Best Books of the Year” lists

Top 20 Books of 2019: 10-6

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Books With a Message

Review: The Crossover

20 2020 YA Books To Have On Your Radar

Top 20 Books of 2019: 15-11

This Week’s Comics: Little Lumberjanes

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Bilingual & Spanish Books for Kids

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Heavy Medal: A Mock Newbery Blog

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Neverending Search

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Teen Librarian Toolbox

Karen Jensen, Heather Booth, Robin Willis, & Amanda MacGregor

The Classroom Bookshelf

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The Yarn

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NEWS & FEATURES

"Progress is never in a straight line." | Martin W. Sandler, 2019 National Book Award Winner, Talks History

Stephanie Wilkes

A Proposal that Pops: Tips on Writing A Successful Grant

Christina Joseph

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Bilingual & Spanish Books for Kids

Elizabeth Bird

Luann Toth's “Great Adventure” | Editorial

Rebecca T. Miller

From Inspiring People to Persistent Challenges, SLJ’s Most Popular Posts of 2019

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