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News! McSweeney’s to Publish Illustoria Magazine

Sunday Reflections: Let’s Update Those YA Lit Articles with Current Titles

Comics News from Snow White to Harley Quinn

Cover Reveal and Interview: This is a Sea Cow by Cassandra Federman

Monsters united can never be defeated: sentimental queer horror YA, a guest post by Hal Schrieve

Sunday Reflections: The Okay Sign, a Game of Gotcha, and a Symbol of Hate, Why It’s Important to Stay Informed

Walking and Talking with . . . Jerry Craft!

Press Release Fun: The 2019 Mathical Book Prize Winners Announced!

Morning Notes: Stickers Edition

Book Review: Heroine by Mindy McGinnis

Writing with a Trigger Warning, a guest post by Victoria Lee

Cover Reveal – King of the Tightrope

Book Chat: Eliza Wheeler on When You Are Brave

Written Across My Skin, a guest post by Lizzy Mason

Book Review: The Art of Losing by Lizzy Mason

The Birth of Les Maîtres de l’Imaginaire and the Vast Importance of International Children’s Book Art

Did You Like Wolf in the Snow? A Cover Reveal for Matthew Cordell’s Next Wordless Book: Explorers

Feminist AF: Girls Run the World, a guest post by Jennifer Rummel

News: Two New Cassie Anderson Titles from Dark Horse

President Books for Presidents Day

Not Your Nest: The Andrea Tsurumi/Gideon Sterer Comic Interview

Friday Finds: February 15, 2019

Newbery Jump, Caldecott Bump 2019

Board Book Trailer Reveal: You Are Light by Aaron Becker

Book Review: Watch Us Rise by Renee Watson and Ellen Hagan

Abrams Announces New Middle Grade Biography Series ‘First Names’

Teaching with 2019 Caldecott Winner "Hello Lighthouse"

2019 Sydney Taylor Book Award Blog Tour: Through the Window – Talking with Barb Rosenstock and Mary GrandPré

2019 Sydney Taylor Book Award Blog Tour: Through the Window – Talking with Barb Rosenstock and Mary GrandPré

Sunday Reflections: Are Teens Reading Less?

In a Meme Culture, How To Spark Critical Thinking About Images

Highlight Reel: Visual Literacy and the Movies

Innovation Lab Brings Design Thinking to School

"In the Margins" 2019 Book Awards Announced

The Life Saving Slogan: You are Not Alone, a guest post by Shelley Sackier

Jerry Craft on Being "The New Kid"

Libraries Can Apply for Infy Makers Award

Morning Notes: Dirty Snowbanks Edition

More Than an Identity, by Teen Contributor Elliot

School Librarians: Are You a Tech Leader? SLJ Wants to Know.

Addressing Book Deserts | Editorial

New YALSA Teen Book Finder App, Database and More | NewsBites

Time for ‘Tidying Up’ the School Library

SLJ Launches Youth Media Awards Page

New Research from Scholastic on Reading Aloud

ALA Responds to YMA Ceremony Criticism

Shout! Laurie Halse Anderson Continues to be the Voice We Need Shouting in the World About Sexual Violence in the Life of Teens

SLJ Diverse Books Survey Page Updated with New Resources, Access to Full Report

‘Witch Boy’ Series Continues!

One Betsy Bird + One Dan Santat = The Great Santa Stakeout Cover Reveal/Greatest Interview of All Time*

And The Awards Are In!

Elizabeth Acevedo and 'The Poet X' Add Printz, Pura Belpré to Awards Collection

'Hello Lighthouse' Makes Sophie Blackall Two-Time Caldecott Winner

Diversity, Debate, and the Magic of Books: A Look at the 2019 Youth Media Awards

YALSA Announces 2019 Great Graphic Novels for Teens

'Merci Suárez' Wins Newbery, 'Hello Lighthouse,' the Caldecott; 'The Poet X' Takes Printz at 2019 Youth Media Awards

Claire Hartfield and Ekua Holmes Win Coretta Scott King Book Awards

SLJ Reviews the 2019 Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Award Winners

Meg Medina on the Meaning of 'Merci' and the Newbery Medal

Jay Asher, Author of 'Thirteen Reasons Why,' Sues SCBWI for Defamation

Picture Books, Novels, and Nonfiction To Foster Digital Citizenship

Video Premiere: Creators IRL (Part 3): Identity

Los Angeles Public Library Stepped Up During Teachers' Strike

Cover Reveal – Just Like Beverly: A Biography of Beverly Cleary by Vicki Conrad, ill. David Hohn

Feminist AF Fashions and the YA Characters That Rock Them

‘Sunny’ Series Continues With Third Volume

Third Star Scouts Book Announced

Next Maker Comics Cover Fan Activities

36 Dazzling Titles | Winter 2018 Stars

Behind The ABC of It: A Talk With Curator Lisa Von Drasek

Watch the 2019 Youth Media Awards LIVE!

To Slang or Not To Slang: Defending authentic language in YA and children’s literature

Follett Unveils Genrefication Service for K–12 Libraries

Fusenews: All the news that’s fit to fuse

Morning Notes: Legends of Greemulax Edition

Consensus, Fantasy, and the Dark Horse | Pondering Printz

Major League Baseball and Discovery Education Partner to Bring Science To Students

Hip Hop Architecture Camp Brings Urban Planning to Summer Programming

Engaging Young Citizens

Jewish Booklists, “Schindler’s List” Curriculum | New Resources to Counter Anti-Semitism

Carmen Sandiego Returns, Rowley Gets a Say, and More | NewsBites

We Need Diverse Books Announces 2019 Walter Awards Winners

Sunday Reflections: My Wild and Weird YA Librarian Resume

Capstone Launches #ReadingIsForEveryone

Jen Wang’s Next Book Announced

For First-Generation College Students, More Peer Support, Scholarships, and Resources

Morning Notes: One to Go Edition

Next Baby-Sitters Club Goes to the Beach

School Library Grant, Exhibition, and More Opportunities | NewsBites

Above and Beyond: 4 Nonfiction Titles About Exploring Space

Author Bill Konigsberg Calls for Continued Conversation in Response to Hatred and Bigotry

Exclusive: ‘Bolivar’ Returns—with an Appetite!

Mimi Yu On Empire, Shaping Characters, and More in “The Girl King”

Marley Dias, Allister Chang Among ILA’s “30 Under 30” Literacy Champions

Let’s Co-Create | Editorial

Books on Film: Roald Dahl and Wimpy Kid

Creating a Therapy Dog Program To Promote Reading, Reduce Stress

"This American Life" Shares Library Stories

Heavy Medal Finalist: "The Faithful Spy" by John Hendrix

Gun Locks, Mental Health Training, and More at the Library | NewsBites


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