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'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

Los Angeles Public Library Stepped Up During Teachers' Strike

36 Dazzling Titles | Winter 2018 Stars

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

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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

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

Above and Beyond: 4 Nonfiction Titles About Exploring Space

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Let’s Co-Create | Editorial

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Creating a Therapy Dog Program To Promote Reading, Reduce Stress

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

42 Poetry & Nonfiction Titles To Celebrate the Legacy of Black Creators & Historical Figures

To the Moon and Beyond: Summer Programming Inspirations for 2019

Edi Campbell Picks Nonfiction Contenders for Top Prize | Pondering Printz

A "Lonely Planet" for Libraries

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Card-Carrying Babies | First Steps

Of Race and Reprints

Sexual Assault Discussions | Scales on Censorship

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#ArmMeWithBooks List Offers Titles for Resilience, Empathy, and Compassion

SLJ’s Reviews of the 2019 YALSA's Excellence in Nonfiction Award Finalists

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The Year in SLJ Covers | 2018

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A Student-Run Black History Month Celebration

2019 Morris Award Finalists Announced

SLJ's Reviews of YALSA's 2019 Morris Finalists

The Year's Most Popular Stories on SLJ | 2018

White House Releases Five-Year STEM Education Plan

Drag Queen Story Hour NYC Bringing Program to Older Kids

Making “Good Trouble” in NYC | SLJ Summit 2018

Award Named After Author Bill Konigsberg

School, Youth Librarians Among "I Love My Librarian Award" Winners

Schilpp Among Ready to Code Grant Recipients

PEN America Files Brief For Court To Recognize Constitutional Right To Literacy

Samuel Hubbard’s New “Freedom Shoe” to Benefit News Literacy in Schools

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Tween Read-alikes: Books for kids who like these shows and movies

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Book Clubs for Beginner Readers

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