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Morgan’s Mumbles: Healthy Habits, by teen contributor Morgan Randall

Camp Candlewick: Get to Know Ghetto Cowboy

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Cover Reveal & Interview – Leah Henderson’s We March: 25 Protest Movements That Marched into History

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Sunday Reflections: They’re Sacrificing Our Poorest Children, Same as it Ever Was

For Teens Making a Difference: A Twist on Gun Violence By Alex Richards

Amber and Clay: A Laura Amy Schlitz Cover Reveal

Nerd Culture, Fandom, and the Middle Grader: An Interview with Sam Maggs

Continuing Anti-Racist Work in Publishing in the Wake of the George Floyd Protests, a guest post by Roseanne A. Brown

RevolTeens: Being the Change and Leading the Way by Christine Lively

Edi Campbell – Author Interview: Kim Johnson

Edi Campbell: Pass the Hope

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Please Accept Your (Virtual) Newbery

The Messy, Complicated In-Between, a guest post by Katie Cotugno

Rahele Interview: Our Favorite Day of the Year

Our Favorite Day of the Year: A Talk with Iranian Illustrator Rahele Jomepour Bell

A roundup of books on activism, social justice, and histories of protest

Adventure Time meets Moomintroll? Chatting with Aliza Layne About BEETLE AND THE HOLLOWBONES

It’s an AMERICAN AS PANEER PIE Draw-Off!

Because Black Lives Matter, a Collection of Resources

In Memoriam: JoAnn Jonas

Paper Projects: A Folding Book

Jason Reynolds on The Yarn

Because Black Lives Matter, Read Black Authors

Antiracist Resources and Reads: Lists for All Ages

Because Black Lives Matter, a Collection of Anti-Racist Reading Lists

What’s Up at The Yarn?

Book Review: Pocket Change Collective books

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Thoughts (and Videos) of Hans Christian Andersen: The Journey of His Life

The Most Astonishingly Unconventional Children’s Books of 2020

Surprise! Announcing BLUE FLOATS AWAY

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Notes on April 2020

The Power of Being Vulnerable, a guest post by Kate O’Shaughnessy

GOODNIGHT ZOOM: Parody Children’s Books for This Moment

A Book That Demands Respect: Interviewing the Creators of We Are Water Protectors

Book Chat with Molly Idle: In Which the Poor Woman Gets Interviewed Doubly

Book Review: Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan

Kittens, Mittens, and Pie: A Dip into The Three Little Kittens with a Barbara McClintock Interview

Fiction Revelations: How Writing a Book about Witches and Murder Got Me My OCD diagnosis, a guest post by E. Latimer

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It’s Okay to Be Sad and Anxious Right Now. It’s Even More Okay to Talk About It, a guest post by I.W. Gregorio

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Skunk and Badger: Cover Reveal and Q&A with Amy Timberlake

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Books on Film: HOW I MADE IT with Phil Stead

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The Healing Power of Fiction, a guest post by Nora Shalaway Carpenter

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Report from China from an International School Librarian: Making Sense of School Closures

The Great 2020 Quarantine Book Spine Poem Challenge!

Guest Post: Wrestling with School Library Closures by J. F. Fox

Friday Finds: Special Professional Development Edition

Random House Plugs New Graphic Novels at C2E2

Ancient Wisdom for Trying Times. An Interview with the Duo Behind The Fabled Life of Aesop

Call for Submissions: How Do Books For Our Youngest Readers Inspire Action Towards Equity?

A Roundup of Pandemic Resources for Librarians, Teachers and the Parents That We Serve

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Ghosts of Newbery Past, Present and Future? Welcome to This Year’s 90-Second Newbery Film Festival

Virtual Programming During a Pandemic, a guest post by Stacey Shapiro

A New Podcast for Your Children: Story Seeds Is Live!

Guest Post: What We’re Missing: Gems of World Kid Lit #2.

First Look: ‘Jo & Rus’

Book Trailer Premiere: Baby Clown by Kara LaReau and Matthew Cordell

Resource: COVID-19 Comic for Kids

Giving Busytown a Run for Its Money: Ethan Long Gives Us a Heckuva Happy County

Sunday Reflections: The Kids are Not Alright, Alright, Alright

Books and Libraries Can Strengthen the Superpowers of Teens With ADHD, a guest post by Kirsten Lambert

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Newbery Jump, Caldecott Bump 2020

Dragon Hoops: Gene Luen Yang Gives a Slam Dunk of an Interview

The Dramatic Return of the Best Award in Children’s Books: The Undies Are Back!

Sunday Reflections: Reflecting on My Reflections. On a Sunday, of course.

Press Release Fun: Children’s Books Written by Well-known Authors of Adult Books at the Grolier Club

Book Review: The Feminist Agenda of Jemima Kincaid by Kate Hattemer

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

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