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Inaugural Pride Book Fest Set for June

Asian American #OwnVoices: Artfully Narrated Middle Grade, YA, and Crossover Audiobooks

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"Your Place in the Universe" Named 2021 Cook Prize Winner

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All-Star Lineup Promises Dynamic Discussion at SLJ Day of Dialog

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Diverse Mentorship: Angeline Boulley and Diana Ma in Conversation

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SLJ Book Reviews Editors’ Favorite 2020 Best Book Covers

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Some of YA's Biggest Names Collaborate on "Blackout," a 2021 Release About Black Love

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Five Finalists Named for 2020 National Book Award in Young People's Literature

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SLJ Summit 2020 Features Tommy Orange, James McBride and Sessions for This Challenging Time

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The Power of Story: Empowering Young Voices

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