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Staff Development: When RA training and diversity training meet

Let’s Talk About Sex…Positivity in YA, a guest post by Jenn Bennett

Author Heidi Daniele Guest Post: The House Children

Fast Enough: Bessie Stringfield’s First Ride

Kids Can Handle Big Decisions . . . If the Adults Get Out of the Way (But Also Don’t), a guest post by Kirstin Cronn-Mills

Feminist AF: Internal Revolutions: Books + Emotional Literacy a guest post by Emma Fernhout

Teaching Ideas for Bloom Boom!

I Created My Own Book Spine Poem and So Can You (And Your Students/Patrons)!

Guest Post: Jim McClain on How to Go to a Comic Con

2019 Books From Caldecott Medal/Honor Winners

Idea Alert! A Customizable Spinning Wheel for Events & Giveaways

Monsters united can never be defeated: sentimental queer horror YA, a guest post by Hal Schrieve

'Sea Bear, A Journey for Survival,' a Lesson Plan

Feminist AF: What Makes a YA Book a Feminist YA Book?

Newbery / Caldecott 2020: Spring Prediction Edition

Sunday Reflections: The Okay Sign, a Game of Gotcha, and a Symbol of Hate, Why It’s Important to Stay Informed

Cindy Crushes Programming: Riverdale Fan Party

The Where of it All: Place and Story, a guest post by Kathi Appelt

2019 Schneider Family Book Award Winner: Rescue & Jessica

Writing with a Trigger Warning, a guest post by Victoria Lee

A Secret Corner, a guest post by Tehlor Kay Mejia

Teaching with Jorey Hurley’s 'Skyscraper'

Written Across My Skin, a guest post by Lizzy Mason

A Tale of Three Printers, portable photo printers that is (Tech Review)

'Never Caught: The Story of Ona Judge,' a Lesson Plan

The Parker Inheritance: A Lesson Plan and Resources

The Life Saving Slogan: You are Not Alone, a guest post by Shelley Sackier

Teaching Ideas for 'Fox+Chick and Other Stories'

Picture Books, Novels, and Nonfiction To Foster Digital Citizenship

Using Prevention Science To Address Cyberbullying

The Stories That Shape Us: Teaching Ideas for Alma and How She Got Her Name

Kano's Harry Potter Kit Makes Coding Magic | Tech Review

To Slang or Not To Slang: Defending authentic language in YA and children’s literature

Jewish Booklists, “Schindler’s List” Curriculum | New Resources to Counter Anti-Semitism

The Power of Apology: Teaching with Orbis Pictus Honor Book Thirty Minutes Over Oregon

For First-Generation College Students, More Peer Support, Scholarships, and Resources


How History (and Librarians) Inspire Freedom of the Press, a guest post by Mary Cronk Farrell

Author Bill Konigsberg Calls for Continued Conversation in Response to Hatred and Bigotry

WRITING YOUR OWN STORY (SORT OF), a guest post by Greg Howard

Let’s Co-Create | Editorial

Creating a Therapy Dog Program To Promote Reading, Reduce Stress

Tennessee Mothers Organization Creating Classroom Libraries

After #MeToo: Educators Seek Strategies To Teach Students About Consent

Card-Carrying Babies | First Steps

Rethinking I Kissed Dating Goodbye: What happens when a book on dating advice for teens is declared harmful years after the fact?

Of Race and Reprints

Sexual Assault Discussions | Scales on Censorship

Industry Diversity Survey, Sleep Study, and More | NewsBites

Happy Arguing, a guest post by Arwen Elys Dayton

A Student-Run Black History Month Celebration

Learning to Listen with Heart: Teaching with New York Times 2018 Notable Picture Book “The Rabbit Listened”

Wired for Stories

Rodent Rascals: From Tiny to Tremendous – 21 Creatures at Their Actual Size

Rodent Rascals: From Tiny to Tremendous – 21 Creatures at Their Actual Size

Post-it Note Reviews of Elementary and Middle Grade Books

Post-Orbis Pictus Nonfiction Musings, Round Two

#ReadForChange: Courage in the face of a “Dystopian Reality” in Jennie Liu’s Girls on the Line

Holiday Hacks: Makerspace Crafts

Imagine! and Imagine

Alexie and Asher Redux | Scales on Censorship

Escape Wizards: Harry Potter-Themed Escape Rooms

Tweens and Tech: Engaging Kids With Litcraft, Digital Dancing, and Gamification


Hey, Wall

Tweens Love These Libraries

A Stitch in Time | Editorial

Books Exploring Privilege Are Part of the Diversity Discussion

MERGE Cube and Goggles | SLJ Tech Review

"Read Woke” Panel: Validating Girls’ Voices and Experiences | SLJ Summit 2018

Surviving Tween Readers' Advisory

Librarians on a Mission: Create Diverse Collections

George Takei To Keynote SLJ Summit 2018

Turn an Old Book into a Pumpkin in 10 Easy Steps

The Digital Lives of Tweens

Dear Substitute

Can Diverse Books Save Us?
In a divided world, librarians are on a mission

#ReadForChange: Women Conquer and Dragons Slay in Elana K. Arnold’s Damsel


Who Needs the MLS?  In a Fast-Changing Field, Librarians Consider the Investment.

Ocean Meets Sky

Watch: Behind the Read Woke Movement

Boys Who Boo Books

Writing Outside Your Own Life (and Not Chickening Out), a guest post by Jacqueline West

Wrestling with Some Truths After Seeing "The Hate U Give"

Censoring the Unsaid, OR, Damned If You Do, #%&*@ If You Don’t

Backpacks, Books, and Kindness: A Friday Feel Good Story

British Library Sends "Harry Potter: The History of Magic" to New York

Security Concerns Postpone Drag Queen Story Hour

Meet the Tiny Library | Editorial

Kids Help Kids Impacted by Hurricanes

How To Speak Administrator

Sunday Reflections: On Male Rage

Laurie Halse Anderson and Eric Devine Discuss Teaching "Speak"

Things I Never Learned in Library School: Can You Copyright a Dance Move?

Food Literacy Programs Teach More Than Cooking and Nutrition

The Trouble with Nagini: Accusations of Racism in the New "Fantastic Beasts"

Little Free Libraries: Pet Projects or Literacy Tools?

The Brain Science of Making

Questioning 'The Hate U Give' | Scales on Censorship

Sunday Reflections: Please Don't Touch

Awesome Author Visits


Nailed It: A New Logo for 100 Scope Notes


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