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Shaun David Hutchinson Is Taking a Break | Writing and Reading in the Trump Era

New Year, Past Winners | Pondering Printz

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Powering College Readiness | Editorial

To the Barricades | Writing and Reading in the Trump Era

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Library Workers Need Support for their Emotional Labor | Editorial

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NaNoWriMo Helps Kids Jump into Writing with ‘Brave the Page’

“Today, I’m Going to Talk About Hope” | M.T. Anderson Accepts the 2019 Margaret A. Edwards Award

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School Libraries Are Vital to Black and Latinx Students

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Guest Post: What to Do When Disaster Destroys Your Books and How to Harness Social Media for Good

What Do We Read Next? – Add Your Newbery Picks to the List

‘I think it starts with just cracking jokes’ Dan Santat Visits The Yarn

A School Librarian's Philosophy of Lost Books

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A Parent Says No to 'Malala' | Scales on Censorship

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Tell Us Your Story: Have You Experienced Bigotry?

Fired Up About Learning Through Play | Editorial

A Teen Feminist Reading List | Read Woke

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Kickin It Old School in the New School Library

Kicky’s Post It Note Reviews: In which a teen reader tells us what they think about several new books including Girls of July, Hot Dog Girl, Poet X, 10 Blind Dates, Stepsister and The Serpent King

ALA highlights: What I saw and what I missed (Banquets not included)

Twitter Talk: What Do You Think is Missing from Today’s YA?

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Shrek! by William Steig with Special Guest Lucy Knisley

How Can Libraries Support Children and Immigrant Families? By Doing What We Do Best. 

Easy Readers and Early Chapter Books: Some of the Best of 2019

Sparking Summer Reading, a guest post by M.G. Hennessey

Controversy Report: Hello, Here’s Your Negative Review

Sunday Reflections: Stand Up for Children

School Librarians Should Be Required, Not Fodder for Short-Term Cuts | Editorial

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If Kids Can’t Read What They Want in the Summer, When Can They? | Opinion

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‘Everything we do shapes us’ Todd Parr shares his journey to publication

Do We Expect Nonfiction to Be Serious?

Teen Services 101: What Do We Know About Teen Programming?

Sunday Reflections: I Could Not Stop for Death, on the emotional labor of teen librarianship

Read Woke Special Edition: Gifts for Grads

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Writing Myself a New Story, a guest post by Jasmine Warga

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Dear Society: Sheltering Teenagers Helps No One (Thoughts from a Young Adult), a guest post by Zack Smedley

Poetry Month Ain’t Over Till I Sez It’s Over: The Shockingly Good Verse of 2019

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton

Cordelia Anderson : Harnessing the Power of Story to Promote Libraries

Amanda MacGregor: Social Justice Presentation at Twin Cities Teen Lit Con

Sunday Reflections: The Living History Museum Project Taught Me It’s Harder to Smash the Patriarchy Than I Thought

The Translation Conundrum: What to Do? What to Do?

Author Molly E. Lee stops by to talk about hackers, coding, gender bias, and her new book, ASK ME ANYTHING

Paying Attention | Editorial

Let’s Talk About Sex…Positivity in YA, a guest post by Jenn Bennett

Author Heidi Daniele Guest Post: The House Children

Kids Can Handle Big Decisions . . . If the Adults Get Out of the Way (But Also Don’t), a guest post by Kirstin Cronn-Mills

Feminist AF: Internal Revolutions: Books + Emotional Literacy a guest post by Emma Fernhout

Sunday Reflections: How the Language of Deconstructing One’s Faith Helped Me Understand Adolescence

Guest Post: Jim McClain on How to Go to a Comic Con

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

Sunday Reflections: Let’s Update Those YA Lit Articles with Current Titles, and more suggestions for how we talk about YA lit in the media

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

A Future Worth Living | Editorial

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

The Where of it All: Place and Story, a guest post by Kathi Appelt

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

A Secret Corner, a guest post by Tehlor Kay Mejia

Written Across My Skin, a guest post by Lizzy Mason

Sunday Reflections: Are Teens Reading Less?

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

Sunday Reflections: My Wild and Weird YA Librarian Resume

How History (and Librarians) Inspire Freedom of the Press, a guest post by Mary Cronk Farrell

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

WRITING YOUR OWN STORY (SORT OF), a guest post by Greg Howard

Let’s Co-Create | Editorial

Sunday Reflections: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

Sunday Reflections: In Honor of Amber Clark

Happy Arguing, a guest post by Arwen Elys Dayton

#ReadForChange: Courage in the face of a “Dystopian Reality” in Jennie Liu’s Girls on the Line

Alexie and Asher Redux | Scales on Censorship

A Stitch in Time | Editorial

#ReadForChange: Women Conquer and Dragons Slay in Elana K. Arnold’s Damsel

Sunday Reflections: It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye

Writing Outside Your Own Life (and Not Chickening Out), a guest post by Jacqueline West

Meet the Tiny Library | Editorial

Libraries Should Embrace Tweens, Not Shun Them

Three School Librarian Models | Editorial

Watch: K.C. Boyd & Matthew Winner Talk Banned Books

Educators Must Mind Tone Policing

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Educators and Race: A Conversation with Author Ijeoma Oluo on Tackling Systemic Racism in U.S. Education

A Crisis in Communication: Building the skills we need to shape our society together | Editorial

Climbing the Walls | Editorial

Eats, Poops, and Weeds | Readers Respond

Book Review: The Cardboard Kingdom by Chad Sell and friends

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Cleveland Students Lead Initiative To Diversify School Libraries

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Librarians Hold Storytime at Families Belong Together March

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Collaboration Required | Editorial

ALSC Changes Wilder Award to Children's Literature Legacy Award

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Over 600 Teens Attend NYPL’s Annual Anti-Prom—A Night of Glitter, Fashion, & Acceptance

Inaugural Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards Announced

LGBT Pride Month Brings Extra Challenges for Librarians

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Librarians Collaborate to Support English Language Learners and Their Families

20 Books To Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month

The Legacy of Margaret A. Edwards and the Birth of an Award

Margaret Edwards Award Winner Angela Johnson Just Wants To Tell a Good Story

Teen Hopes First LitUp Festival Is Just the Beginning

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WNDB Walter Grants Return | News Bites

Tapping the Lifelong Potential of Making | Editorial

Mark Does YA: The Prolific Critic and Creator Talks About “Anger Is a Gift”

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