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Author Kathleen Krull Remembered After Unexpected Death | News Bites

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News Literacy Week Brings Events and Information for Educators and Students

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Some Students Have Taken to Remote Learning. They're Thriving, in Fact.

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10 YA Novels Re-imagine Shakespeare Works

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Favorite Children's Titles Turned Tactile in Public Library Makerspace Program

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NEA, National PTA Pandemic Survey Reveals Students Feel Academic Decline, Seek More Time with Educators

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Teachers Pay Teachers Needs a Librarian | From the Editor

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Linda Sue Park, Kadir Nelson Nominated for Hans Christian Andersen Award

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A Year in SLJ Coverage | From the Editor

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BookExpo, BookCon "Retired," Industry Events Won't Return After Pandemic

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Targeted Micro Mentoring Helps Librarians Advance and Problem-Solve | Professional Development

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NCTE Announces 2021 Charlotte Huck and Orbis Pictus Awards

SLJ Announces Best Books 2020

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Kacen Callender's "King and the Dragon Flies" Wins 2020 National Book Award for Young People's Literature

Some of YA's Biggest Names Collaborate on "Blackout," a 2021 Release About Black Love

Catching Up with 2020 School Librarian of the Year Cicely Lewis

As COVID Upends the Path to College, Librarians Provide Support

Biden Administration's Bold Education Goals Will Require Large Increase in Funding

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Partnering with Independent Bookstores and Libraries, Nathan Hale Kicks Off 10-City Virtual Tour

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Readers Discuss and Debate All-School Reads, Little Free Libraries, and More | Feedback

Sneak Peek: SLJ Best Books 2020

Authors Kate Messner, Traci Sorrell Host "Rethinking Thanksgiving" Webinar | News Bites

Trauma-Informed Teaching During the Pandemic | SLJ Summit

Ahead of the Curve: School Librarians Innovate and Take on New Responsibilities | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

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James McBride, Tommy Orange Weigh in on the Classics | SLJ Summit

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Practical Steps for 'Reimagining School' | SLJ Summit 2020

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Black Lives Matter Cofounder Patrisse Cullors Calls Upon Educators To Lead Courageous Conversations | SLJ Summit 2020

The Ins and Outs of Buying Ebooks: How To Bolster Virtual Collections During the Pandemic

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Cynthia Leitich Smith Awarded 2021 NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s Literature

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Librarianship in 2020: Year of the Go-Getter

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Addressing a Needed Element in Events, SLJ Summit 2020 Will Enable Attendees To Gather and Advance Ideas in Guided Conversations

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Children's Publishing Remembers David Gale, Editor Who Championed LGBTQ Literature

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Five Finalists Named for 2020 National Book Award in Young People's Literature

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When Words Fail: Pandemic Life in a Picture

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Virtual Libraries and Bitmoji Classrooms Bring a New Kind of Book Browsing

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