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Trailer Premiere & Interview: Becoming a Good Creature by Sy Montgomery

Voting and Elections in YA Lit

Morgan’s Mumbles: The Struggles of Virtual University, by teen contributor Morgan Randall

Space Operas and Feline Martial Arts: An Interview with Yehudi Mercado

News: Next ‘Maker Comics’ Title Announced

Author Fan Face-off: A Steve Sheinkin Video Production

Book Review: Every Body Looking by Candice Iloh

Books on Film: Mo Willems on TODAY

2020 National Book Award Longlist Announced!

Cover Reveal & Interview Extravaganza: Stroller Coaster, illustrated by Raúl the Third & Elaine Bay

The Classroom Isn’t Meant To Be Political, By Teen Contributor Riley Jensen

Return of the Classics: An Interview with Don and Audrey Wood

Book Review: My Life in the Fish Tank by Barbara Dee

Carrying the Torch: When a Character Continues with New Creators

A Thousand Glass Flowers Is Never Enough: An Interview with Evan Turk

Dual Cover Reveal & Interview: NO WAY, THEY WERE GAY? Hidden Lives and Secret Loves by Lee Wind

Peter Brown Cover Reveal & Interview: Fred Gets Dressed

Deadpan, Page Turns, Storytelling & Digestion: An Interview with Adam Rex

If You Build It, They Will Have Fun: A Picture Book Programming Idea

Kickstarting an Independent Publisher

RevolTeens: Helping Teens Tell Their Story in the Time of Covid, by Christine Lively

Morgan’s Mumbles: Preparing for Online Classes, by teen contributor Morgan Randall

Jimmy Gownley Returns in November

Calling All Judges! Calling All Judges!

Q: What Do Jeff Kinney, Derrick Barnes, and Oge Mora All Have in Common?

Daniel Nayeri Interview

The Pot Boileth Over: An Interview with Daniel Nayeri

Fauja Singh Keeps Going: An Interview with Scholar and Activist Dr. Simran Jeet Singh

Girls Who Build: An Interview with Katie Hughes

Pandemic School, by Teen Contributor Riley Jensen

News: New ‘Avatar’ Spinoff in the Works

Exclusive Book Trailer Premiere: FLY ON THE WALL by Remy Lai

A Brand New Jon Klassen Picture Book Cover Reveal. Because We Deserve Something Nice.

Why Does He Draw Like He’s Running Out of Time? R. Sikoryak Discusses Constitution Illustrated

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Chato and the Party Animals by Gary Soto, ill. Susan Guevara

Saying Goodbye to Bank Street Bookstore

RevolTeens: Helping Teens Through Revolting Times, by Christine Lively

Morgan’s Mumbles: Healthy Habits, by teen contributor Morgan Randall

Camp Candlewick: Get to Know Ghetto Cowboy

Two Birds on a Line: An Interview with James Bird and His New Book, The Brave

Cover Reveal and Excerpt: Naomi Klein Writes a Book for Kids

Video Premiere: The Making of Nerp

Come With Me (Yet Again) Down the Picture Book Parody Rabbit Hole

Prance Through Your Days Like Randy the Badly Drawn Horse: A Q&A with T.L McBeth

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Good Night, Gorilla by Peggy Rathmann

Celebrating 9 Years of TLT! (in a global pandemic)

Cover Reveal & Interview – Leah Henderson’s We March: 25 Protest Movements That Marched into History

Cover Reveal & Interview – Leah Henderson’s Together We March: 25 Protest Movements That Marched into History

Cindy Crushes Programming: Virtual Programming Failures, Tech Issues and Tips, by Cindy Shutts

Morgan’s Mumbles: Sustainable and Ethical Switches by teen contributor Morgan Randall

Book Review: He Must Like You by Danielle Younge-Ullman

AASL resources to address the challenges

Sunday Reflections: They’re Sacrificing Our Poorest Children, Same as it Ever Was

For Teens Making a Difference: A Twist on Gun Violence By Alex Richards

Amber and Clay: A Laura Amy Schlitz Cover Reveal

Nerd Culture, Fandom, and the Middle Grader: An Interview with Sam Maggs

Continuing Anti-Racist Work in Publishing in the Wake of the George Floyd Protests, a guest post by Roseanne A. Brown

RevolTeens: Being the Change and Leading the Way by Christine Lively

Edi Campbell – Author Interview: Kim Johnson

Edi Campbell: Pass the Hope

Edi Campbell: Beaucoup de Petites Choses

#passthemic: Edith Campbell Takes Over A Fuse #8 Production for the Week

#passthemic: Edith Campbell Takes Over A Fuse #8 Production

Recommended Science Videos and the Reluctant Homeschool Teacher

Please Accept Your (Virtual) Newbery

The Messy, Complicated In-Between, a guest post by Katie Cotugno

Rahele Interview: Our Favorite Day of the Year

Our Favorite Day of the Year: A Talk with Iranian Illustrator Rahele Jomepour Bell

A roundup of books on activism, social justice, and histories of protest

Adventure Time meets Moomintroll? Chatting with Aliza Layne About BEETLE AND THE HOLLOWBONES


Because Black Lives Matter, a Collection of Resources

In Memoriam: JoAnn Jonas

Paper Projects: A Folding Book

Jason Reynolds on The Yarn

Because Black Lives Matter, Read Black Authors

Antiracist Resources and Reads: Lists for All Ages

Because Black Lives Matter, a Collection of Anti-Racist Reading Lists

What’s Up at The Yarn?

Book Review: Pocket Change Collective books

How to Get Your Modern Jewish Protagonist Into the Mainstream (In a Fun Way): A Terri Libenson Interview

Thoughts (and Videos) of Hans Christian Andersen: The Journey of His Life

The Most Astonishingly Unconventional Children’s Books of 2020

Surprise! Announcing BLUE FLOATS AWAY

Book Review: The Life and Medieval Times of Kit Sweetly by Jamie Pacton

Who, Where, When, Why, What Lane? Talking with Torrey Maldonado

Notes on April 2020

The Power of Being Vulnerable, a guest post by Kate O’Shaughnessy

GOODNIGHT ZOOM: Parody Children’s Books for This Moment

A Book That Demands Respect: Interviewing the Creators of We Are Water Protectors

Book Chat with Molly Idle: In Which the Poor Woman Gets Interviewed Doubly

Book Review: Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan

Kittens, Mittens, and Pie: A Dip into The Three Little Kittens with a Barbara McClintock Interview

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

The Best Lil Hot Mess in Storytime

News: ‘Action Presidents’ Series Continuing This Summer

THE CAT MAN OF ALEPPO by Karim Shamsi-Basha and Irene Latham, illustrated by Yuko Shimizu

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

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

Walking and Talking With . . . Candace Fleming