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VIDEO: A Peer's Guide to Smore: A Quick Tutorial and Specific Tips for Librarians

LEGO Masters, Bluey, Wild Kratts, & Toy Story 4: Quarantine Read-Alikes for High-Interest Streaming Shows

Tomie dePaola Left a Legacy of Comfort, Kindness, and Quality Children's Books

From Creating Mini-Economies to Parsing Fictional Spending Scenarios, Here's How Librarians Teach Financial Literacy to Kids

VIDEO: High School Librarian Offers a Basic Tutorial for Wakelet Plus Specific Ways for Librarians to Use the Platform

With Schools Closed, Districts Are Committed To Keeping Kids Fed

School Librarians Can Help During Crisis, But Some Fear Being Shut Out

L.A. County High School Wellbeing Centers Continue to Serve Students

Equity and Remote Learning: Strategies from 3 Librarians

Dav Pilkey, Dolly Parton, and LeVar Burton Offer Stay-at-Home Activities, Read-Alouds


For Wizards in Confinement, “Harry Potter at Home” Offers Activities, a Free Ebook and Audiobook


Global Read Aloud Titles Announced

The Publishing Industry Adapts to COVID-19 While Offering Support

A Prom-Themed Fashion Show Promotes Fun—and Reading | Cicely Lewis

Bored with the First Amendment | Scales on Censorship

"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 


The OG of Woke: Walter Dean Myers’s Empathy Inspired a Generation of Authors | Read Woke

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


Chris Barton Explains How To Discuss Tough Topics with Children


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

First Book Aims To Get Seven Million Books to Students in Need


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


Simon & Schuster Issues Its Online Reading Guidelines


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


Reading in Uncertain Times: In isolation, our readers turn to books—and a little show bingeing 


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

2020 Mathical Book Prize Winners Announced

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


Homeschooling Families Tap into Library Services, from Storytime to Science Equipment

In Cahoots and Making Connections | How To Find and Collaborate With Local Authors

Apple Arcade Offers Educators Options | Tech Review

History Remixed: How Young Adult Authors Are Revisioning History

Laying the Groundwork for Summer Reading Starts Now | Donalyn Miller


Making the Most of Independent Reading


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

Social Justice: Fifteen titles to address inequity, equality, and organizing for young readers | Great Books

What This 12-Year-Old Author Wants Readers To Know About Autism

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


SLJ/ISTE Webcast Series Returns with Tech Trends Spring 2020

Resources To Help Commemorate the 19th Amendment’s Centennial

Presenting the 2020 Outstanding International Books List

Not Just for the Pre-K Crowd: Picture Books To Share with Tweens and Teens

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

A Deep Dive into Deep Fakes: Media Literacy in a World Where Seeing Is no Longer Believing


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

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

On Process and Pain | A Conversation with Debut Authors Mary Cecilia Jackson & Sonja K. Solter

Nikole Hannah-Jones Talks to Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi About Their Book, “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You”


School Library Jobs At Risk in D.C.


Zetta Elliott Discusses the "Difficult Miracle" of Black Girl Poets


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

Parents Glued to Their Devices During Storytime? How To Encourage Active Participation in Library Programs.


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

2020 Rise: A Feminist Booklist for Young Readers


YA Books Reflect the Activism of Real-Life Teens

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

A Library Story. They Say Everyone Has One. | From the Editor

"In the Margins" Committee Announces 2020 Book Awards Honoring Marginalized & BIPOC Youth


Making Great Strives: Building Confident Readers


18 Tech Tools for Content Creation, Coding, VR, Audio, and Video

High Schoolers Collaborate with Public Library Makerspace on Authentic Projects for Visually-Impaired Students


Librarians, Prove Your Worth with a System for Tracking Progress Using Teaching Standards

 Is Your School a De Facto Book Desert? | Donalyn Miller


Beyond Black History Month: Duchess Harris Explains the Historical Influence of Black Americans

Now in Color and with a Few Well-Chosen Words, Owly Returns

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


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