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ReadABILITY| Great Books Centering Disability Narratives

These Girl Athletes Rule | Read Woke

Book Review: The Stars and the Blackness Between Them by Junauda Petrus

SLJ's Reviews of the 2019 National Book Award Longlisters

The Power of Story - 1963

37 Kidlit and YA Titles in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA September 2019

The Power of Story - Yellow

Jen Wang Draws from Reality

Surviving Conversion Therapy with the Power of Bowie | James Brandon on his debut YA, “Ziggy, Stardust and Me”

Celebrating Grandparents | New Picture Books for Young Readers & Listeners

The Power of Story is Truth

Five Years of Flame Con

Speaking Up and Acting Out with Celia C. Pérez

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA August 2019

New Book Explores Solutions for Black and Brown Girls Disproportionately Disciplined at School

AAP Names Racism As Critical Child Health Issue, Asks Pediatricians To Step Up. What Can Educators Do?

Native Stories: Books for tweens and teens by and about Indigenous peoples

School Libraries Are Vital to Black and Latinx Students


Book Review: The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson, reviewed by teen reviewer Elliot

Book Review: You Be You!: The Kid’s Guide to Gender, Sexuality, and Family by Jonathan Branfman, Julie Benbassat (Illustrator)

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

North Carolina Organization Runs Literacy-Based Anti-Racism Camp for Kids, Professional Development for Educators


Book Review: Let’s Call It a Doomsday by Katie Henry

In Plain Sight: Supporting Students Who Are Homeless

We Need Diverse Books Celebrates 5th Anniversary, Sets Agenda for Next Five Years

Tell Us Your Story: Have You Experienced Bigotry?

A Teen Feminist Reading List | Read Woke


Kid Lit Authors (Re)Make History

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

Dylan Meconis's "Left-Handed History"

When Pride is Said and Done: Teen Contributor Elliott Shares Their Post Pride Thoughts

Exclusive: Dark Horse to Publish ‘Jia and the Nian Monster’

A Quartet of Jazz Legends | By the Book

News and Highlights from ISTE 2019

Book Review: Stonewall Riots: Coming Out in the Streets by Gayle E Pitman

Book Review: Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson

Ceremony Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Coretta Scott King Book Awards

An Updated Look at Diversity in Children's Books


Out and Proud (On the Page and In Real Life): My Long and Not-Straight Journey to Self-Acceptance, a guest post by Amber Smith

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA June and July 2019

Pride for Tweens | Great Books

Colorism, Internalized Racism, and the Power of Privilege: Malla Nunn Discusses "When the Ground Is Hard"

LGBTQIA+ Graphic Novels for Young Readers | Stellar Panels

Book Review: Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi

"Hip-Hop Isn’t Just Music, It’s a Culture" | An Interview with Tiffany D. Jackson

Read Woke Special Edition: Gifts for Grads


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

Book Review: Brave Face: A Memoir by Shaun David Hutchinson

Book Review: I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver

First Flames: An Interview Between Debut Authors Hafsah Faizal and Nafiza Azad

Muslims in YA | Great Books

ADL Releases Report of Anti-Semitic Incidents; Organizations Offer Curriculum To Help Combat Hate

Teacher Reflects As Student Founders of ProjectLIT Prepare to Graduate

Naomi Shihab Nye Named Young People's Poet Laureate


Audio Picks for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Scholastic Adds Give Back to Summer Reading Challenge | NewsBites

Book Review: Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan

SLJ Diversity Workshop To Be Presented at Scholastic Reading Summits


It's Lit! New Bookstore Ignites Bronx Neighborhood

Woke Sci-Fi and Fantasy | Read Woke


Book Review: Love and Other Curses by Michael Thomas Ford

I Wish You All the Best

National Student Poets Choose 5 Books Every High Schooler Should Read


Diverse Novels in Verse for National Poetry Month


What’s New in LGBTQIA+ YA April 2019

The Candle and the Flame: Finding the Power of Story

Review of the Day: New Kid by Jerry Craft

Staff Development: When RA training and diversity training meet

2019 Books from Pura Belpre Winners

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


Kweli Conference: A Celebration of Community, Honest Assessment of Publishing, and Clarion Call

National School Climate Survey results about LGBTQ students’ experiences in school

"Ink Knows No Borders: Poems of the Immigrant and Refugee Experience" | An Interview


The Asian/Pacific American Experience | Great Books

When Trauma Walks In: Creating Welcoming Spaces by Recognizing Adverse Childhood Experiences


Researchers Find Correlation Between Racial Bias, Higher School Disciplinary Action

Global Read Aloud Books Announced


Monsters united can never be defeated: sentimental queer horror YA, a guest post by Hal Schrieve

Anthony Perry on "Chula the Fox," an #OwnVoices Chickasaw Story

Bengali Folktales and String Theory

A Love Letter to Muslim Authors, a guest post by Lisa Krok

Feminist AF: What Makes a YA Book a Feminist YA Book?

Sunday Reflections: The Okay Sign, a Game of Gotcha, and a Symbol of Hate, Why It’s Important to Stay Informed

Librarians ‘Go Global’ at SXSW EDU 2019

What’s new in LGBTQIA+ YA March 2019

The Power of Story by Angela Cervantes

Rabble Rousers and Rebels

Women in STEM

"Afros and Books" at the Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference | Pictures of the Week

The Letter H

Book Review: We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia

A Secret Corner, a guest post by Tehlor Kay Mejia

Welcome to "Read Woke"


Michigan Sisters Empowering Muslim Girls Through Books


The Weird Power of Story

Book Review: The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried by Shaun David Hutchinson

In Quest for Inclusive Collections, Librarians Struggle To Find Disability Representation

New Study Published on Racism and Dr. Seuss


Hip Hop is Happening in YA Lit, a guest post by Lisa Krok


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