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Barking with the Big Dogs: On Writing and Reading Books for Children

Librarians, educators, and anyone interested in materials for young people will appreciate this candid, sharp volume full of discerning perspectives on enduring subjects related to children's literature and the human experience.

Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning

K-12 administrators or professional development coordinators looking to incorporate video-based professional learning into their schools or districts will find plenty of material here. A solid purchase for school libraries with professional development collections.

The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers

Grown-up fans, pop culture enthusiasts, and anyone interested in the history of educational television and child development will be inspired. An excellent and timely addition to most collections.–Kiera Parrott, School Library Journal

Keys to Inspiration: A Teacher's Guide to a Student-Centered Writing Program

Purchase as needed to supplement existing writing programs.

Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy: The Story of Little Women and Why It Still Matters

Highly recommended for all readers interested in Alcott and her masterpiece's legacy.–Erica Swenson Danowitz, Delaware County Community College Library, Media, PA

Representing the Rainbow in Young Adult Literature: LGBTQ+ Content Since 1969

An essential update for scholars. The bibliographies will invaluably help round out LGBTQ+ collections.

The Write Thing: Kwame Alexander Engages Students in Writing Workshop (and You Can Too!)

Essential for writing teachers, those who collaborate with them, and anyone wanting to breathe new life into a writing program.

Cultivating Connected Learning: Library Programs for Youth

A pragmatic addition for school and public librarians who work with teens.

Get Your Community Moving: Physical Literacy Programs for All Ages

A must-have for public and school librarians eager to develop movement-based programs.
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