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Global Read Aloud Titles Announced

The Publishing Industry Adapts to COVID-19 While Offering Support

"Reading Is My Superpower": Cicely Lewis, 2020 School Librarian of the Year


Cicely Lewis Named 2020 School Librarian of the Year

The Remote Learning Curve: Educators, Parents, and Students Adjust During the Coronavirus Crisis

Disney Publishing Releases Online Reading Guidelines

Schools—and School Libraries—May Read Harry Potter Online, With J.K. Rowling’s Blessing 


How To Run a Virtual Book Club with Middle Schoolers


5 Podcasts on Kids & Tech Use Your Patrons Could Use Right Now

ALA Cancels Annual Conference Due To Coronavirus

DC Launches DC Kids Camp with Videos and Activities from Minh Lê, Gene Luen Yang, Shannon Hale, and More


Professional Development Opportunities from Home

FCC Clears Schools, Libraries to Offer E-Rate Supported Wi-Fi to Public

Resources for Pre-K Learning and Fun at Home

Makers Step Up To Help With Personal Protective Equipment Shortage for Healthcare Workers

Abrams Offers Read-Aloud Guidelines

HMH Releases Temporary Online Read-Aloud Policy

School Library Journal Offers Free Full Access to Content, Digitized Magazines

Audible Announces New Site, Free Streaming of Titles for Kids and Families


HarperCollins Children's Books Outlines Online Reading Policy

Macmillan Updates Content Use Guidelines

A News– and Media Literacy–Themed Mixtape for Tough Times

Not Just Tech Support: Librarian Spotlights Social-Emotional Needs Among Remote Learning Resources


Publishers Adapt Policies To Help Educators


Penguin Random House OKs Online Storytime, Read-aloud Videos

Kid Lit Authors Organize Virtual Book Festival for May


Scholastic Temporarily Revises Policy for Online Read-Alouds


Kid Lit Authors Step Up To Help Educators, Students, and Parents


Free Tools for Online Teaching and Learning During School Closures


In a Pandemic, Librarians Are Reporting to Work, Scared and Questioning Their Institutions


A Crisis—as in School Closures Due to Coronavirus—Justifies Fair Use, Say Librarians

School Librarians Make Sure Students Have Books During Closures

Amid Rising Anti-semitism, Holocaust Education Expands To Address Hate


Little Free Library Unveils 100,000 Box, Celebrates with Giveaway

A Mini Clearinghouse on Coronavirus, Created by Two School Librarians


Educators Scramble To Keep Students Learning Amid Coronavirus Closures


Laying the Groundwork for Summer Reading Starts Now | Donalyn Miller


Laurie Halse Anderson Announces "Wonder Women in History," a YA Graphic Novel Anthology


Feedback: From the Newbery Winner to the Leveling Debate, SLJ's Readers Had A Lot To Say

Announcing the 2020 School Librarian of the Year Longlist


Sydney Smith, Ashleigh Corrin Win 2020 Ezra Jack Keats Awards

Schools Fight Misinformation and Fear As They Prepare for Possible Coronavirus Outbreak


A Remix for Right Now: A not-a-history history book begs the next chapter on racism | From the Editor

An Educator's Guide to “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You”

Tennessee Lawmakers Propose Parental Oversight Bill for Public Library Collections | News Bites

School Library Jobs At Risk in D.C.


Network Building is Essential as IMLS, Boston Children's Museum Early Learning Initiative Expands

When the Books Are People: How the Human Library Targets Bias

Organizations Rally Library Advocates—Again—To Oppose Cuts in Proposed Federal Budget

2020 Rise: A Feminist Booklist for Young Readers


As Compassion Fatigue Takes its Toll, Schools and Public Libraries Take Steps to Support Librarians


NEA, AFT, and Everytown for Gun Safety Releases Report on School Shooter Drills

Diverse Editions Pulled Before Release; Author David Bowles, Others, Speak Out Against New Covers of “Classics”


Schools, Libraries Celebrate World Read Aloud Day 2020

'Johnny’s Pheasant' by Cheryl Minnema, illustrated by Julie Flett, Wins 2020 Charlotte Zolotow Award

It's Time To Go Mobile While Teaching News Literacy

Not Quite Banned: Soft Censorship That Makes LGBTQIA+ Stories Disappear

A Look at Civics Education, State by State

New IMLS Initiative Focuses On School Readiness

Survey Shows "No Discernible" Progress Diversifying Publishing

SLJ, MSRI Launch Mathical Book Prize Collection Development Awards

Blogs Go to Top of the Fold on

Pennsylvania School Librarians Association Plans Advocacy Rally in Philadelphia

Age-Appropriate Middle Grade and YA Books About the Holocaust

News Literacy Project and Scripps Launch National News Literacy Week

Libraries Are Preparing for the 2020 Census. With Plenty at Stake, There’s Still Work To Be Done.

Jason Reynolds Officially Becomes National Ambassador of Young People's Literature at Library of Congress Ceremony

Bank Street Announces Winner of Best Spanish Language Picture Book Award


Jason Reynolds Named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature


13 Graphic Novels To Look Forward to in 2020 | Stellar Panels 

Some Trends to Love: In her annual review of children’s literature, Betsy Bird calls ’em as she sees ’em

Pulling Back the Curtain on School Boards. Knowing How They Work Has Never Been More Critical.

Donalyn Miller To Curate SLJ Newsletter Curriculum Connections

New Leadership Announced at SLJ, LJ

Innovation and Agility: Kathy Ishizuka Becomes SLJ Editor-in-Chief, Assumes Partnerships Role | Editorial

The Year in SLJ Covers | 2019

A Proposal that Pops: Tips on Writing A Successful Grant

Luann Toth's “Great Adventure” | Editorial

From Inspiring People to Persistent Challenges, SLJ’s Most Popular Posts of 2019

Yale Announces New Center and Program To Educate Public School Leaders in District Management

School Librarian Cicely Lewis Wins 2019 National Teacher Award for Lifelong Readers

“Frindle” Author Remembered | News Bites

Research Confirms Value of School Librarians

Spotlight on Media Literacy & Advocacy at AASL '19

Six Programming Takeaways from AASL '19

Focus on Inclusion at AASL Conference Sessions | AASL '19


HarperCollins To Launch Native-Focused Imprint

AASL National Conference Keynote Speakers Ask Librarians To Support Diverse Representation and Defuse Bias

Discovery Education Launches STEM Careers Coalition

FTC Issues Guidelines to Social Media Influencers for Endorsement Disclosures. This Means You, Too, Educators.

5 Grant Writing Tips

In Paradise, CA, High School Still Stands, Serves Students at One-Year Anniversary of the Camp Fire

School Library Journal Honored with 2019 Folio: Awards


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