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Predictions: New York Times Best Illustrated 2018

Review of the Day: "Dreamers" by Yuyi Morales

Discussing Race with Young Kids | First Steps

Reading Around the World

Evaluating a Collection for Bias and Stereotypes with Primary Students: A Case Study, Tools, and Tips

I’m Your Neighbor Books: Immigration Children’s Literature

Teaching Ideas for "La Frontera" and "Dreamers"

LIVE with 2018 Pura Belpré Award Winners!

Refugee Stories Are Just the Beginning: How Fiction Opens Children’s Minds

Watch: School Librarians Janet Damon and Julia Torres Talk "The Hate U Give" | Banned Books Week 2018

Watch: Banned Books Week 2018, UK Teen Edition

Educators Must Mind Tone Policing

Educators and Race: A Conversation with Author Ijeoma Oluo on Tackling Systemic Racism in U.S. Education

A Love Letter for "To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before"

Bay Bridge Builder: Cassy Lee, SLJ's 2018 Champion of Student Voice

Book Review: The Cardboard Kingdom by Chad Sell and friends

Cleveland Students Lead Initiative To Diversify School Libraries

Teen Advisory Board Organizes Holi Event Celebrating Hindu Festival

Librarians Hold Storytime at Families Belong Together March

Archie Bongiovanni & Tristan Jimerson On Their Graphic Novel Guide to Gender-Neutral Pronouns

ALSC Changes Wilder Award to Children's Literature Legacy Award

Fresh Ink: An Anthology by Lamar Giles | SLJ Review


Over 600 Teens Attend NYPL’s Annual Anti-Prom—A Night of Glitter, Fashion, & Acceptance

Kid Lit Community Acts To Help Immigrants and Families

Book Review: Super Late Bloomer: My Early Days in Transition by Julia Kaye

Inaugural Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards Announced

LGBT Pride Month Brings Extra Challenges for Librarians

Librarians Collaborate to Support English Language Learners and Their Families

20 Books To Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month

Margaret Edwards Award Winner Angela Johnson Just Wants To Tell a Good Story

The Margaret A. Edwards Award and 30 Years of Young Adult Literature

Yuyi Morales Has an Immigration Story to Tell, Her Own | SLJ Day of Dialog 2018

Teen Hopes First LitUp Festival Is Just the Beginning

WNDB Walter Grants Return | News Bites

Mark Does YA: The Prolific Critic and Creator Talks About “Anger Is a Gift”

Starting with a Pop-Up, a School Library Grows in Denver

Study on Women in Social Studies Standards Finds Equity Issues

Summer Reading Lists; New Graphic Novel Imprint and More | News Bites

La Frontera by Alfredo Alva & Deborah Mills | SLJ Review

Children's Program Sparks Backlash in Illinois Town

Picture Book Police Officers

Hitting the Road with Sheba Karim: The YA Author Talks Islamophobia, Identity, & Family

Book Review: We’ll Fly Away by Bryan Bliss

32 YA Titles for Every Day of Asian Pacific American History Month & Beyond

20 Books for Young Readers To Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month & Year-Round

When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors & Asha Bandele | SLJ Review

What’s the State of Diverse Books in Libraries? We’re Fielding a Survey.

Celebrate Día with Bilingual Books, Library of Congress Livestream, and More

"Teaching For Black Lives" Brings Perspective and a Resource to Educators | News Bites

Book Review: The Gender Identity Workbook for Kids: A Guide to Exploring Who You Are by Kelly Storck, Noah Grigni


Erin Entrada Kelly Talks Newbery Award and Filipino Storytelling Tradition

"Real Friends," "Spill Zone" Among Inaugural Graphic Literature Award Nominees

‘Read Woke’ School Reading Challenge Makes an Impact

Gender Identity, Making Veggies Fun, & Other Parenting Titles

Cosplay Creation with Elementary Students

Between the Lines: How Ernie Barnes Went from the Football Field to the Art Gallery

Woodson named 2018 Laureate of Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

Kid Lit Has a Bunny Battle

Charter Schools, Segregation, and School Library Access


Black Girls' Literacies: Merging Theory and Practice

Award-Winning Arts Education for Kids of All Abilities

A Diversity & Cultural Literacy Toolkit

#KidLitWomen Seeks Solutions to Gender Inequity in Children's Publishing

Latinx Authors Discuss Successes, Continued Challenges

Grants, Book Drive and a Reading Challenge | News Bites

Sherman Alexie Breaks Silence on Sexual Harassment Allegations

Incarcerated Teens Write Graphic Novels

Local Educators Lead Relief Efforts in Puerto Rico

Bringing Black Lives Matter Movement to School

Book Review: Hope Nation: YA Authors Share Personal Moments of Inspiration edited by Rose Brock

Book Review: The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

The 2018 In the Margins Book Awards Announced

A Newbery Medal First At 2018 YMAs

Affiliates Excited to Share Stage at ALA's "Oscars"

Newbery winner Kwame Alexander to Curate New Young Readers Imprint

Comics Writer Don McGregor Talks "Black Panther"

YMAs to Include Multicultural Awards in 2019 Ceremony

Book Review: Marley Dias Gets It Done: And So Can You! by Marley Dias

ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom Launches New Policy Toolkit

A Sneak Peek At What’s New in Spanish-Language Publishing

Linda Blackmon Lowery, Youngest Selma Marcher, Inspires Students

Award-Winning Author Julius Lester Leaves Behind Storied Legacy

#ReadForChange: Confronting Racial Injustice with Justyce in Nic Stone’s Dear Martin, a guest post by Marie Marquardt

History Has Its Eyes on Her: Biographies of women are a hot trend in children's publishing

Divergent Dystopic Visions

The Walters

'The Hate U Give' Returns to H.S. Shelves in Katy, TX

YA A to Z: Let’s Talk About . . . Aromantic and Asexual, a guest post by Bridgette Johnson

Reynolds, Weatherford Named Winners of 2018 Walter Dean Myers Award

Chronicle Acts To Replace Image in 'The Ultimate Book of Space'

Video: Jacqueline Woodson Inaugurated as National Ambassador for Young People's Literature

10 Books To Read After "The Hate U Give"

2018: A Year to #ReadForChange, a guest post by Marie Marquardt

New Job, New Country, New Literature: A librarian starts a new chapter in Singapore

Why That Book Isn’t in the Library; or, no starting your own small press isn’t always the answer to diversity

Five Ways I Created Opportunity at My Title I School

A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

From Webcomic to Graphic Novel: Melanie Gillman On Queer Representation

#SJYALit: Because Their Stories Matter, a guest post by Danielle Ellison

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