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Book Review: The Whispers by Greg Howard

Watch Us Rise | An Interview with Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan

Carmen Sandiego Returns, Rowley Gets a Say, and More | NewsBites

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

We Need Diverse Books Announces 2019 Walter Awards Winners

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

School Library Grant, Exhibition, and More Opportunities | NewsBites

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

Mimi Yu On Empire, Shaping Characters, and More in “The Girl King”

Marley Dias, Allister Chang Among ILA’s “30 Under 30” Literacy Champions

Cover Reveal: "Mira’s Curly Hair" by Maryam al Serkal, ill. Luciani, Rebeca

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA January 2019

Guest Post: Brian Lies presents Got to Get It Right

Gun Locks, Mental Health Training, and More at the Library | NewsBites

Plan Ahead for Major Anniversaries

A Practical Plan To Get #OwnVoices Books Into Readers' Hands

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2018 Unique Biographies

42 Poetry & Nonfiction Titles To Celebrate the Legacy of Black Creators & Historical Figures

Of Race and Reprints

Industry Diversity Survey, Sleep Study, and More | NewsBites

The Year in SLJ Covers | 2018

A Student-Run Black History Month Celebration

The Year's Most Popular Stories on SLJ | 2018

Powerful, Gripping, Important, and Timely—But is It Distinguished?

Story Updates: #kidsneedmentors, Clinton and Keller in Texas Curriculum, and More | NewsBites

Book Review: The Resolutions by Mia Garcia

Cultural Humility in Librarianship: What is it? (a guest post by Adilene Rogers)

The Review Is Critical

Collaborating on High-Interest Topics | The Refugee Experience

Book Review: This Is What It Feels Like by Rebecca Barrow

Diversity in Summer Reading Lists | Diverse Books Survey

Book Review: Pulp by Robin Talley

Blog Roll Call: Diversity in YA Literature, a list of resources to help librarians diversify their shelves

Will Woodson Win?

Books Exploring Privilege Are Part of the Diversity Discussion

Book Review: This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story by Kheryn Callender

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

Highlights from SLJ's Summit Saturday

Takei Opens SLJ Summit With Emotional, Inspiring History Lesson

SLJ Debuts Diverse Books Survey Page, With Related Resources, Access to Full Report

Shelving Debate: To Separate or Integrate?

George Takei To Keynote SLJ Summit 2018

Diverse Characters Impact Decisions To Buy Books

#OwnVoices Not Familiar to All

Diversity Auditing 101: How to Evaluate Your Collection

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

Another Look at a Heavy Medal Readers' Favorite

Book Review: Home and Away by Candice Montgomery

Friday Finds: October 12, 2018

Kwame Alexander and Follett Partner in Literacy Campaign

Merci Suárez Changes Gears

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

Security Concerns Postpone Drag Queen Story Hour

A Look at the 2018 Newbery Winner's Latest Novel

Down Syndrome and the Great Gaping (Longstanding) Children’s Book Gap

Review of the Day: Dreamers by Yuyi Morales

Predictions: New York Times Best Illustrated 2018

Discussing Race with Young Kids | First Steps

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


Reading Around the World

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

Teaching Ideas for "La Frontera" and "Dreamers"

Documenting Community with Google Tour Creator | Tech Review

Finding Empathy Through Games

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

Teens and Social Media Survey Says: It's Complicated

Watch: Banned Books Week 2018, UK Teen Edition

Five Ideas for the Teen Makerspace: DIY Games Edition

Technology That Sparks Creativity, Inspires Interactive Literacy Projects

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

World Class: Michelle Carton, SLJ's 2018 Champion of Civic Engagement

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

"Black Panther"-Inspired Lesson Plans Leverage Hit Film to Teach Tech

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

Fab Lab Makes Impact on Special and Alternative Education Students

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


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