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A Most Beautiful Reveal of The Most Beautiful Thing: Cover Reveal and Interview with Kao Kalia Yang

A Library Story. They Say Everyone Has One. | From the Editor

Feminism and Representation in Fables: An Interview and Cover Reveal with Natalie Portman

Sydney Taylor Blog Tour: Talking With Andrew Maraniss About Games of Deception

Putting the Big Bang In Its Place: Guest Post by Marissa Moss

Jessica Kim Gets Funny and Talks Family in "Stand Up, Yumi Chung!"

Homeless: Seeing Past the Label to the Person, a guest post by Catherine Linka

Coming, Fall 2022 . . . the Highly Anticipated . ..

Mathical Book Prize Collection Development Awards

Scales on Censorship | Gag Order on the Women's March

Librarian Uses "Little Women" Star Power To Connect Students to the Library

Jason Reynolds Officially Becomes National Ambassador of Young People's Literature at Library of Congress Ceremony

Interview: Shannon and Dean Hale and Victoria Ying

21st Century Oral Storytelling: How PJ Library Connects Kids to Their Heritage via Podcasting

Jason Reynolds Named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature


Group Interview: The Sowing Circle sisterhood

Donalyn Miller To Curate SLJ Newsletter Curriculum Connections

Innovation and Agility: Kathy Ishizuka Becomes SLJ Editor-in-Chief, Assumes Partnerships Role | Editorial

‘Innovation Playground’ Helps Librarians Spark Learning Through Play

"Reverie" Author Started Writing His YA Debut in High School

Luann Toth's “Great Adventure” | Editorial

School Librarian Cicely Lewis Wins 2019 National Teacher Award for Lifelong Readers

“Frindle” Author Remembered | News Bites

When the Teacher’s a Climate Change Denier | Scales on Censorship


The Power of Story—Diverse Books for All Readers

"But Where Are You Really From?" Julissa Arce On Writing for and About Latinx Youth in the Trump Era

Devotion to Diversity in Children’s Book Publishing

Samira Ahmed Challenges Librarians: “Use Your Power” | Writing and Reading in the Trump Era


"Holding History in My Hands" | Authors, Illustrators, and Artifacts

The Power of Story–Powerful Magic

The Power of Story—Scary Stories for the Rest of Us

“The People Who Helped Me the Most Were the Librarians” — Rep. Elijah Cummings


The Power of Story—Finding Yourself Through Writing

Gender Politics in Fireborne

Jandy Nelson Interviews Debut Author Helena Fox

Fry Bread: A Tribute to Family and Tradition | An Interview with Kevin Noble Maillard


The Power of Story—Take the Mic

New "Hunger Games" Title and Cover Revealed | News Bites

Reading Recommendations for Filipinx* Americans

The Power of Story—Laugh from the Soul

A Celebration of Artists and Advocacy at the Annual Carle Honors

“We Are Better Than This” | SLJ Talks to George Takei

Remembering Caldecott Winner Mordicai Gerstein

Dayvon Love Urges Educators To See Their Intellectual Limitations, Work To Grow| SLJ Summit 2019

Education Influencers, Please Disclose Your Partnerships with Vendors | Opinion


The Power of Story—When Chance Comes Once

Immigrant Stories, Strategic Plans, and Scott Pelley: Moments from Sunday | SLJ Summit 2019

Alaa Murabit Opens SLJ Summit with Challenge for Attendees

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


The Power of Story—1963

Alane Adams conjures myths and magic in The Rubicus Prophecy

The Bully Finds Her Own Spotlight

On 'Saturday' With Oge Mora

The Power of Story—Yellow

Nominations Open for School Librarian of the Year 2020


To the Barricades | Writing and Reading in the Trump Era


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


Literary World, Fans, and Friends Mourn the Death of Toni Morrison

Finding the Vision for Some Places | A Conversation Between Renée Watson & Shadra Strickland


First Book Grant Funds Books for Migrant Children | News Bites

Fired Up About Learning Through Play | Editorial

"Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin" Documentary To Air August 2 on PBS

ProjectREADY—Free Racial Equity Curriculum for Professional Development—Now Available | News Bites

Knuffle Bunny Sculpture Unveiled in Brooklyn


Jason Reynolds Challenges Librarians To Reimagine Their Role and More ALA Highlights

Sophie Blackall Visits Students in Rural Maine

The Astonishing Achievements of M.T. Anderson, Recipient of the 2019 Margaret A. Edwards Award

Read Woke Special Edition: Gifts for Grads


Contra Costa Library Offers Free Lunch at Nine Branches and a “Safe and Welcoming Space”

Serving Children with Diverse Abilities, a Minnesota Library Blazes a Trail

Erin Entrada Kelly Talks Netflix, Trust, and Her Perpetual State of Wonder

Readers Mourn, Celebrate Author Judith Kerr, Who Has Died at 95

SLJ Talks to Jeopardy! Champ James Holzhauer About His Love of Libraries

Dream Team: Introducing SLJ’s New Reviews Editors | Editorial

Naomi Shihab Nye Named Young People's Poet Laureate


Tech Leaders: Good Citizenship & Social Justice

Tech Leaders: Amplifying Reading & Research

Tech Leaders: STEM & STEAM Dreamers

It's Lit! New Bookstore Ignites Bronx Neighborhood

I Wish You All the Best

Diverse Novels in Verse for National Poetry Month

The Candle and the Flame: Finding the Power of Story

Ebony Elizabeth Thomas on Magic, the Imagination Gap and "The Dark Fantastic"


SCBWI, Lin Oliver File Motion To Dismiss Jay Asher Lawsuit Against Them

Margaret Peterson Haddix's Greystone Secrets #1: The Strangers

Four Women in Graphic Novels, and How They Made the Leap from Fan to Creator | Stellar Panels

Librarians ‘Go Global’ at SXSW EDU 2019

Laurie Halse Anderson Won’t Be Silent

Katy Hershberger Joins School Library Journal as Senior Editor, YA

New Study Published on Racism and Dr. Seuss


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

Watch Us Rise | An Interview with Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan

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

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

A Passion for Picture Books: Editor Neal Porter | Up Close

Elizabeth Acevedo Takes 2018 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature

Paul O. Zelinsky Talks About the Return of the All-of-a-Kind Family

Alexie and Asher Redux | Scales on Censorship

WATCH: National Book Award Finalist Elizabeth Acevedo Talks About Representation in YA Lit

"Read Woke” Panel: Validating Girls’ Voices and Experiences | SLJ Summit 2018


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