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Schools, Libraries Celebrate World Read Aloud Day 2020

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


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

Everything YMA: SLJ's Coverage, Reviews of 2020 Youth Media Award Winners, Honorees

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Kadir Nelson on His 2020 Caldecott Win for 'The Undefeated'


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SLJ Reviews of the 2020 Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Award Winners

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Age-Appropriate Middle Grade and YA Books About the Holocaust

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Tonya Bolden: Capturing History’s Rhymes

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The Book Truck Brings Free Books to Thousands of L.A. Students


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8 Books About Multiethnic Experiences

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David Bowles on Writing for Border Kids in the Age of Trump


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The Problem with Picture Book Monkeys: Racist imagery associating simians with Black people has a long history


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

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When the Teacher’s a Climate Change Denier | Scales on Censorship


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SLJ's Reviews of the 2019 National Book Award Finalists in Young People's Literature

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