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Union Square Kids Acquires Five New Mo Willems Books | News Bites

Literati Acquires Follett Book Fairs

SLJ, NCTE Launch Survey to Remake Summer Reading Lists

Library Advocacy Organizations Support EDUCATORS for America Act

A Problematic Website, Controlling School Board, and Accelerated Reader | Scales on Censorship

Librarians Harassed in El Paso, TX; 'Heather Has Two Mommies' Back in the Spotlight | Censorship Roundup

A Critical Season: With the spotlight on book awards, let’s champion the right to read

Five Podcasts Discussing Book Banning

Librarians Not Backing Down From Censorship Fight

From 'Gender Queer' to ‘New Kid', Graphic Novels Are Targeted by Censors

YALSA Names 2022 Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Award Finalists

'Looking for Alaska' Gets a Reprieve in WI; Scottsdale Principal Loses Job After Assigned Reading Controversy | Censorship Roundup

Kelly Yang Looks to Rally Fellow Authors, Publishers, and Public in Battle Against Censorship

Because Books Save Lives: GLSEN’s Rainbow Library stays the course on what matters

Beyond the Brain: Dynamic School Libraries Encourage Thinking with an Extended Mind

Big Names, Interactive Workshops Set for Second Annual Latinx KidLit Book Festival

Virtual YA Book Clubs and Other Reading Initiatives for Incarcerated Teens

Authors Share Readers' Letters to Show Impact of Books

Resources for “Born on the Water” and Amanda Gorman Titles; ALA Statement; and More | News Bites

SLJ Tech Tools Mini-Poll

Penguin Classics Partners with #DisruptTexts

2022 Orbis Pictus and Charlotte Huck Awards Announced

Straddling Cultures: Interview with 2021 Best Books Cover Illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh

Are ALSC’s Booklists Controversial? | Scales on Censorship

Farewell, Fines: Libraries Eliminate Late Fees

Authors Share the Emotions, Impact When Their Books Are Banned

Nine Native American Graphic Novels | Stellar Panels

Educators Share Latest News Literacy Strategies | SLJ Summit

School Libraries 2021: An Ohio School Librarian Documents his Pandemic Year in Pictures

School Libraries 2021: Small Town, Big Job

Follett Announces Divestiture of Baker & Taylor

Trauma-Informed Librarianship: Supporting Students and Community | SLJ Summit

School Libraries 2021: Fostering Relationships Between Students and Community Members

SLJ, Capstone to Host Twitter Chat “School Libraries 2021.” Join Us Wednesday, Nov. 10.

DOJ Sues Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster; Alex Gino Novel Gets New Title, Cover; and More | News Bites

School Libraries 2021: Legislative Goals and the Importance of Accountability

Stories That Stick: Why We Took a Narrative Approach to the State of School Libraries | From the Editor

School Libraries 2021: Impact, Obstacles, and the Fight for the Future

School Libraries 2021: Advocacy is a Necessary Part of the Job for School Librarians

The Fine Art of Working with Parent Volunteers

Making Space for Math in the Library

Award-Winning Illustrator Jerry Pinkney Remembered for His Kindness, Legacy of Work

Documentary Chronicles Diversity in Children's Literature

Nominations Open for School Librarian of the Year 2022

Nation's Report Card: Long-Term Trend Assessment Shows Reading Decline

Fort Worth Public Library Opens Dedicated Youth Branch

Action, not Words. Equity efforts will not exceed theater without meaningful support.

Virtual Science Labs, Flipped Classrooms Flourish After a Remote Year

"Hatchet" Author Gary Paulsen Has Died at 82

Long on Kid Appeal, Browsable Nonfiction Continues to Trend

Supply Chain Disruptions Plague Book Publishing, Impact Libraries

Samsung Taking Submissions for $2 Million "Solve for Tomorrow" Contest

OverDrive Acquires TeachingBooks

Let’s Talk About Poverty: 10 Policy Ideas to Support Vulnerable Students and Eliminate Stigma

Children’s Book Awards that Celebrate Diversity

COVID’s Long Shadow Centers Social-Emotional Learning in Schools

Five Ways to Model SEL Competencies This School Year

"New Kid," "Front Desk" Challenged; Alex Gino Talks Impact of Book Banning

School and Public Libraries Continue Recovery Efforts After Storms, Fires

SLJ and TLC Announce Winners of the Librarian/Teacher Collaboration Award 2021

What's the Most Popular Book in Your School Library?

Follett Shutters Book Fair Business

As Banned Books Week Approaches, the Fight Against Censorship Intensifies

Sessions on Teaching the Truth, Facing Challenges to Antiracist Books, Mobile Services, and More Planned for SLJ Summit

Longlist Announced for the 2021 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature

Four Titles by d/Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deafblind Authors to Share During Deaf Awareness Month

2020 School Librarian of the Year Cicely Lewis Named a Finalist for Million-Dollar Global Teacher Prize

Nine Years Ago, I Speculated that Dewey’s Days Were Numbered. How Far Have We Come? | Opinion

Remembering the Pioneers: Arnold Adoff, Floyd Cooper, Eloise Greenfield, and Bernette G. Ford

Hello, fall. Time to take stock as well as plan. Here’s an update, thus far. | Editor's Note

Celebrate Natural Hair | Read Woke

Celebrate the 200th Episode of Fuse 8 n’ Kate

Have You Nixed Library Fines?

A Reference Revolution: Reference Providers Address Deficits in Historically Marginalized and Non-Eurocentric Subjects

Follett School Solutions Acquired by Francisco Partners

A Roundup of New Resources and Opportunities | News Bites

Illustrator Jerry Pinkney Took On a New Challenge During the Pandemic

Nikole Hannah-Jones Launches 1619 Freedom School in Iowa

New Award Honors Margaret Wise Brown and More | News Bites

Librarians Offer Personal Attention and Community to Students Facing Challenges

2021 Carle Honors Recipients Announced

Move Over, Melvil! Momentum Grows to Eliminate Bias and Racism in the 145-year-old Dewey Decimal System

LibraryPass’s Comics Plus | Reference Database Review

SLJ Welcomes Mastrull, Simmons to the Reviews Staff

Legislating Classroom Conversation: What Do the "Anti-Critical Race Theory" Laws Mean for Teachers?

Public Libraries Get Innovative for Playtime

Duke MDs’ Prescription for Schools? Masks, with Enforcement, and Psychological Support for Teachers, Students.

Poet and Author Eloise Greenfield Remembered

The Cover Story: Behind every great cover is the promise of a good book

A Win for Stanton County: An ALA grant fuels a library/school partnership in rural Kansas | Editor's Note

Libraries Can Guide Families to Early Intervention Services | First Steps

Library Play Spaces Can Help the Transition Back to In-Person Learning for Youngest Patrons

Got an Idea for the SLJ Summit? Pitch Us.

Study Finds Fewer School Librarians in Districts that Need Them the Most

Alex Gino Renames "George"; Obamas Bringing "Blackout" to Netflix | News Bites

Unschooling Movement Gaining Popularity

Floyd Cooper Has Died; Children's Literature World in Mourning Again

Schools and Libraries Can Apply for Federal Connectivity Fund

SLJ and BCALA Offer One-Day Workshop on Diverse Collections

How Do We Pursue Equity in Education? By Learning, Unlearning, and Muddling Through.


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