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What’s the Children’s Lit EGOT?

Reimagining Our Futures: YA Authors On Feminism, Fairy-Tales, & Fantasy

Newbery/Caldecott 2019: Fall Prediction Edition

A Look at the National Book Awards Longlist

Happy 90th Birthday, Oxford English Dictionary

Questioning 'The Hate U Give' | Scales on Censorship

SB&F Prize Children’s Science Picture Book Longlist Announced

Life as the Teacher Librarian at LeBron James's I PROMISE School

Cover Reveal: Hedy Lamarr’s Double Life

Toddler Time Activity Kit: DK's Good Night, Baby Moon

Getting Real with Janelle Milanes About “Analee, in Real Life”

Texas To Delete Hillary Clinton and Others From Curriculum

Newbery Possibilities and the Non-Traditional Titles

DBQuest and Case Maker: Two more critical thinking tools from Library of Congress

Review of the Day: Louisiana’s Way Home by Kate DiCamillo

Friday Finds: September 14, 2018

Latinx Authors & Illustrators Launch “Las Musas”

Banned Books, Bezos, and CSK Illustrator Awards Exhibition | NewsBites

Jonker's Morning Notes: NBA Longlist, Book Buzz, and More

20 Nonfiction and Poetry Titles That Celebrate Latinx Heritage

Helping Teens Prepare for College? Don’t Forget To Talk About Sexual Violence

2018 NBA Longlist for Young People's Literature Announced

SLJ's Reviews of the 2018 National Book Award Longlisters

Awesome Author Visits

50 Spectacular Titles | September 2018 Stars

Documenting Community with Google Tour Creator | Tech Review

12 Picture Books for the Fall 2018 Holiday Season

Love Them or Hate Them, Classroom Libraries Can Provide Partnership Opportunities

Hurricane Prep, Apps, Grants, And Awards | NewsBites

Watch: School Librarians Janet Damon and Julia Torres Talk "The Hate U Give" | Banned Books Week 2018

Teens and Social Media Survey Says: It's Complicated

Watch: Banned Books Week 2018, UK Teen Edition

School Is in Session, and It’s Time To Get Fired Up About Reading and Writing

Nova Ren Suma On Ghosts, Unreliable Narrators, & "A Room Away from the Wolves"

12 YA Titles To Give You Thrills & Chills

Morning Notes: Riffing on Some Recent Industry News

Recommendations Wanted

Three School Librarian Models | Editorial

A School Library's Fundraising and Advocacy Campaign in Alabama

Introduce Little Ones to Coding, Screen-Free, with KUBO | Tech Review

Watch: School Librarians K.C. Boyd & Matthew Winner on Banned Books Week

New Publications, A Contest, and More To Celebrate Harry Potter's 20th U.S. Anniversary

We’re Back!

Cover Reveal & Interview: Bob Shea Talks Up "Unicorn Is Maybe Not So Great After All"

Courtney Summers On True Crime, Podcasts, and “Sadie”

YA Literature Too Dark! Why Don’t We Ask the Teens?

Kurt Hassler on Manga and Light Novels

Aligning our Standards: Two New Crosswalks

Five Ideas for the Teen Makerspace: DIY Games Edition

Kazu Kibuishi Stops by The Yarn to Talk 'Amulet'

Books on Film: Pete the Cat Comes to Amazon Prime

Top Newbery Contenders So Far

Review of the Day: Jabberwalking by Juan Felipe Herrera

Watch: Here's What Our Past School Librarians of the Year Are Planning for 2018-19

Eight Project-Based Learning Activities for Your School Library

Chessy Prout on Consent, Rape Culture, and #IHaveTheRightTo

5 Picture Books for Bedtime Sharing

An Ode to Artists: Two Books for Young Readers That Celebrate Art

Technology That Sparks Creativity, Inspires Interactive Literacy Projects

Drag Queen Story Hour Brings Fun—And Continued Protests

3Doodler EDU, an Affordable Option for Fast Making | Tech Review

Educators Must Mind Tone Policing

Ngozi Ukazu On Hockey, Queer Romance, and Her New Graphic Novel

This Year, Let Books and Children Be Your Guide

A Love Letter for "To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before"

Educators and Race: A Conversation with Author Ijeoma Oluo on Tackling Systemic Racism in U.S. Education

Fusenews – Warning: May use eigenface decomposition methods to calculate facial similarities


YATATOY Is At It Again | Touch and Go

Carle Honors Art Auction, Black Lives Matter at School Webinar, and More | News Bites

Filtering, What Is It Good For?

Morning Notes: The Book That Sells Itself Edition

How Much YA Gets Published Each Year? Discussing YA Collection Development Challenges

Fellowships, Awards, and More | News Bites

SLJ Names 2018 School Librarian of the Year

Appalachian Trailblazer: Ali Schilpp, SLJ's 2018 School Librarian of the Year

Bay Bridge Builder: Cassy Lee, SLJ's 2018 Champion of Student Voice

World Class: Michelle Carton, SLJ's 2018 Champion of Civic Engagement

Building Learning Playlists

A Stark Reminder that not all Schools Are Created Equal

Meet Michelle Colte, SLJ’s 2014 School Librarian of the Year

2014 School Librarian of the Year Finalist Andy Plemmons: Expecting the Miraculous

2014 School Librarian of the Year Finalist Colleen Graves: The Whole School is Her Classroom


Making a World of Difference: 19 Nonfiction Titles On Climate Change

ALA Rescinds Meeting Rooms Revision That Included "Hate Groups"

Joy, Self-Expression, and Celebration at Camp Drag

55 Awesome Titles | August 2018

It’s a Novel! It's a Comic! It's—Both?

Not Just Classroom Teachers, School Librarians Spend Their Own Money on Supplies

Launching a Library Health and Wellness Program

From Classroom to Circulation Desk: Lessons from a Teacher-Turned-Librarian

Follett Expands Book Fair Offerings for 2018-19

First Day Ready: For Librarians Starting at a New School, Tips from the Trenches

Police Force Removal of Mailbox Library in NJ Town

A Crisis in Communication: Building the skills we need to shape our society together | Editorial

YA Online “Serial Anthology” Crowdfunding Campaign Launches

REFORMA Leads Efforts To Get Books to Migrant Children

“Graphic Medicine” Comics & Graphic Novels Explore Illness and Healthcare

Can We Talk? Librarians Lead New Push for Civics Education, Focusing on Discourse

#KidsNeedMentors Pairs Authors and Educators

Educators Can Help Migrant Children Who Were Separated from Their Parents


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