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What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA September 2019

On the 100th Episode of The Yarn, We Reveal All the Secrets

How Do I Listen to The Yarn Podcast on Spotify?

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA August 2019

NaNoWriMo Helps Kids Jump into Writing with ‘Brave the Page’

Coming Soon: YA Lit on the Small and Big Screen

New Books Alert: Featuring a middle grade #MeToo, an LGBTQ guide, a haunted house, a memoir about living with Treacher Collins syndrome, and more

What Do Todd Parr, Meg Medina, Adam Gidwitz, and Dan Santat Have in Common?

A Brief History of YA Literature, an Infographic

Collecting Comics: Middle Grade Novels that a Middle Grade Reader Really Loves

New books alert: Magic-fueled airships, an underwater future, a young activists’ handbook, and more!

Penguin Random House 2019 Showcase: Books featuring Ziggy Stardust, friends pretending to date, a vengeful ghost, vampires, and more!

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2019 Showcase: Books featuring beasties, a killer flu, a changeling, and pirates

New books alert: A royal romance, a North African-inspired fantasy, a feminist look at reproductive rights, and more

Digital Media: A Remix Tutorial – How an Old Photo Becomes Something New

Digital Media: Using Photo Apps to Make Pride Photos

Digital Media: Using Apps to Take Your Photos Out of This World

New books alert: A nonbinary teen, sisters having an epic day, a reimagining of The Little Mermaid, and so much more!

What’s New in LGBTQIA+ YA April 2019

Post-it Note Reviews of YA Books: Rappers, movie lovers, survivors, and teens who create their own universe

Digital Media: Using Photo Apps to Create a Glitch Effects

Conversation Snapshots: Let’s Talk YA Lit Titles & YA Programming Success

New books alert: A fantasy set in Seoul, an anthology featuring interracial and LGBTQ+ relationships, romance via virtual reality, and more

Sunday Reflections: Let’s Update Those YA Lit Articles with Current Titles

Sunday Reflections: Let’s Update Those YA Lit Articles with Current Titles, and more suggestions for how we talk about YA lit in the media

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA March 2019

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

Post-it Note Reviews of YA Books: Undocumented teen voices, the supernatural, writing advice, a searing memoir, and Joan of Arc’s life told through poems

Hip Hop is Happening in YA Lit, a guest post by Lisa Krok

President Books for Presidents Day

New books alert: Writing advice, Latinx teens on a road trip, Muslims in love, and so much more

Abrams Announces New Middle Grade Biography Series ‘First Names’

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA February 2019

Alicia D. Williams on Genesis Begins Again

"In the Margins" 2019 Book Awards Announced

Jerry Craft on Being "The New Kid"

SLJ Launches Youth Media Awards Page

ALA Responds to YMA Ceremony Criticism

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SLJ Diverse Books Survey Page Updated with New Resources, Access to Full Report

New books alert: YA, middle grade, memoirs, and more!

Diversity, Debate, and the Magic of Books: A Look at the 2019 Youth Media Awards

Merci Suárez Changes Gears, a Lesson Plan and Resource List

Claire Hartfield and Ekua Holmes Win Coretta Scott King Book Awards

Meg Medina on the Meaning of 'Merci' and the Newbery Medal

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Penguin Random House 2019 Showcase: Books featuring coders, witches, royalty, refugees, and circus folk

Picture Books, Novels, and Nonfiction To Foster Digital Citizenship

Do You Know: Reflection Press & Children’s Books as a Radical Act, a Diversity Audit Resource

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

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

We Need Diverse Books Announces 2019 Walter Awards Winners

Above and Beyond: 4 Nonfiction Titles About Exploring Space

School Library Grant, Exhibition, and More Opportunities | NewsBites

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

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

Creating a Therapy Dog Program To Promote Reading, Reduce Stress

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What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA January 2019

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

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

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Spring 2019 Showcase

A Passion for Picture Books: Editor Neal Porter | Up Close

Of Race and Reprints

#ArmMeWithBooks List Offers Titles for Resilience, Empathy, and Compassion

Industry Diversity Survey, Sleep Study, and More | NewsBites

The Year in SLJ Covers | 2018

YALSA’s 2019 Excellence in Nonfiction Award Shortlist Revealed

19 2019 Middle Grade Books To Have On Your Radar

2019 Morris Award Finalists Announced

The Year's Most Popular Stories on SLJ | 2018

Great Books: Baby Time!

19 2019 YA Books To Have On Your Radar

New Jersey Parents Angry Over Library Rules, Internet Access

SLJ Announces Best Books 2018

2019 Collection Development Resources, a handy list of resources to help you buy new books in the new year

Paul O. Zelinsky Talks About the Return of the All-of-a-Kind Family

600 Teens Get Up Close with 2018 National Book Award Finalists

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

Collaborating on High-Interest Topics | The Refugee Experience

New and forthcoming YA and MG to know about

Curriculum, Discussion Guides Help THUG's Important Lessons Not Get Lost on Film

Kate DiCamillo on "Louisiana's Way Home"

Tweens & Teens Review Girl-Powered Middle Grade & Thrilling YA

WATCH: National Book Award Finalist Elizabeth Acevedo Talks About Representation in YA Lit

Diversity in Summer Reading Lists | Diverse Books Survey

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45 Phenomenal Titles | November 2018 Stars

Book Trailer Premiere: My Heart Is a Compass by Deborah Marcero

Parkland Student Journalists' Book Gives New Perspective on the Tragedy, Reporting

Goblins, Elves, and a Different Kind of Book

Will Woodson Win?

"Mockingbird" Should Be Part of Larger Lesson

Books Exploring Privilege Are Part of the Diversity Discussion

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Adulting via Audio: 23 Teen-Friendly Adult Audiobooks

Books in Brief: Sequels, Strips, and More

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

Surviving Tween Readers' Advisory

Horror Writers Association Announces Summer Scares Reading Program

Adam Gidwitz and Betsy Bird Talk #OwnVoices | SLJ Summit 2018

Highlights from SLJ's Summit Saturday

This Week’s Comics: Skulls Backstage

Shelving Debate: To Separate or Integrate?

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