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10 Shonen Manga Must-Reads | Mondo Manga

Summer Reading 2020: A Collection of Links

Studio Spaces: Art as a Way of Seeing, Feeling, and Sense-Making: Teaching Ideas for the Virtual Exhibit at the Carle Museum

Studio Spaces: Art as a Way of Seeing, Feeling, and Sense-Making: Teaching Ideas for the Virtual Exhibit at the Eric Carle Museum

Spotlight on Juneteenth

18 Engaging, Informative Nonfiction Books for Middle Graders | Summer Reading 2020

Because Black Lives Matter, a Collection of Resources

Taking Stock and Taking Action to Educate Ourselves and Design Anti-Racist Curriculum

Paper Projects: A Folding Book

The Reading Wars: Phonics or Whole Language? Librarians Shouldn’t Have To Choose.

Spring 2020 Children’s and Young Adult Book Awards

Where We Are Now: Libraries, COVID-19, and the Online Learning Challenge

Preparing for the 2020 Election Cycle

Teaching Children about the Coronavirus

May Means #31DaysIBPOC: Centering Indigenous, Black, and People of Color in Education

Six Strategies To Keep Homebound Students’ Research on Track

Feeling It All through Reading, Writing, and Creating

For Learning in the Age of COVID, Digital Resources Recommended by Librarians

Free Comics, and Resources on COVID-19, in Graphic Form

12 Essential Nonfiction Graphic Novels for Kids and Teens

How Are You Doing? Parsing the Response to Our Survey of School Librarians. | From the Editor

Graphic Novels for Cat Lovers

Book Review: Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan

Exploring Native American Activism and Environmental Justice

Fiction Revelations: How Writing a Book about Witches and Murder Got Me My OCD diagnosis, a guest post by E. Latimer

Get Smart About Memes

Pursuing Meaningful, Authentic, Student-Centered Writing During Precarious Times

Book Review: This Is My Brain in Love by I. W. Gregorio

4 Fabulous Writing Guides by Teen and Tween Authors

It’s Okay to Be Sad and Anxious Right Now. It’s Even More Okay to Talk About It, a guest post by I.W. Gregorio

The Power of Stories: What I Learned from My Students About Diverse Books

Reading Together….. Books as a Site for Connection and Comfort

DIY Zines and Homemade Mini Activity Books

Virtual Storytime and Circle Time: 15 Tips To Make a Dynamic Video


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

Cindy Crushes Programming: DIY Price is Right Game, by Cindy Shutts

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


The Publishing Industry Adapts to COVID-19 While Offering Support

Global Read Aloud Titles Announced

Bored with the First Amendment | Scales on Censorship

DIY Do Not Disturb Spinner, by Kara DeCarlo

The Healing Power of Fiction, a guest post by Nora Shalaway Carpenter

How To Run a Virtual Book Club with Middle Schoolers


Using Online Museum Resources for Literacy Learning

The Great 2020 Quarantine Book Spine Poem Challenge!

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus, Jose Aruego, and Ariane Dewey

Friday Finds: Special Professional Development Edition

Scholastic Temporarily Revises Policy for Online Read-Alouds


2020 Books by Geisel Winners

A Roundup of Pandemic Resources for Librarians, Teachers and the Parents That We Serve

Free Tools for Online Teaching and Learning During School Closures


Coronavirus Support: Teaching Resources for K-8 Online Learning

Authors and Illustrators at Home

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

A Mini Clearinghouse on Coronavirus, Created by Two School Librarians


Words that Resonate and the Power of Speech: Strong Voices

Making the Most of Independent Reading


Award-Winning Books Remind Young Readers They Belong: 2020 Caldecott Honor Book, Going Down Home with Daddy, and 2020 Coretta Scott King Illustrated Honor Book, Sulwe

Sunday Reflections: The Kids are Not Alright, Alright, Alright

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

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


2020 Charlotte Huck Award for Outstanding Fiction: Room on Our Rock

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


2020 Pura Belpré Illustrator Award Winner: Dancing Hands

2020 APALA Picturebook Winner for Literature

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


Fry Bread, A Native American Family Story: A Love Letter to Indigenous Nations and Communities

Fry Bread, A Native American Family Story: A Love Letter to Indigenous Nations and Communities

Reading Levels Unfairly Label Learners, Say Critics. And Then There's the Research.


Kids and Authors Alike Love Instagram. Here’s How To Leverage It To Get Kids Reading.

Bring Tabletop Role-Playing Games Into the Library and Classroom for Educational Opportunities Across Curricula

Shedding Light on 20th Century Termination and Relocation Efforts with Indian No More

Exploring Race, Class, and School Integration with The Long Ride

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

Hip-Hop EDU: Use Music To Spark Students' Creativity and Learning

Celebrating Grandparents and Elders

31 Days, 31 Lists of Great Books for Kids

Saying Goodbye to 2019 with the Best in Children’s Books

Storytime's Brain-Building Power | First Steps

Building a STEM Foundation | New Books for Preschool through Grade Two

Best Digital Puzzle Games of 2019

Here and Now: A Picture Book Meditation on How to Live Life More Fully Present

Welcome Winter with Wait, Rest, Pause

Truth in Textbooks: Unpacking Bias in Curriculum Staples

How To Build An Escape Room on a Shoestring Budget


Fostering a Sense of Gratitude Year-Round with Thanku

Memorization and Knowledge in the Age of Google

In Search of a Read-Aloud? Don't Miss These

Complicating and Celebrating Identity: Where Are You From?

Rekindle or Reaffirm Students’ Love of Reading with How to Read a Book

Poetry as History in The Undefeated

“1619 Project” Poised to Reframe Teaching of Slavery. Here's How Educators Are Using the Information, Curriculum


For Librarians, Banned Books Week Is a Chance To Discuss Censorship, Intellectual Freedom With Students

School Librarians’ Wish Lists for Teaching Information Literacy


Powering College Readiness | Editorial

School Librarians Poised To Support Student Success, Information Literacy Survey Shows

Librarian’s Devastating Loss Provides Mental Health Lens for Teaching "Romeo and Juliet"


Vocation Spots: Library Makerspaces Can Propel Teens Toward Career and Technical Education

On the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing, the Best Resources, Books for Young Readers

SLJ Debuts New Column “Mondo Manga”


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