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Board Books to the Rescue! Titles that Instill Positive Behaviors

Library Ideas to Launch AR/VR-enhanced Children’s Books

Jason Reynolds Challenges Librarians To Reimagine Their Role and More ALA Highlights

AASL Best Apps Feature Top Choices in STEM, AR/VR, Content Creation

Sophie Blackall Visits Students in Rural Maine

Top Picks for ISTE 2019


Ceremony Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Coretta Scott King Book Awards

Libraries Can Inspire Empathy with Community-Wide Podcasts

An Updated Look at Diversity in Children's Books


School Librarians Should Be Required, Not Fodder for Short-Term Cuts | Editorial


2019 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals Announced

Return to Panem: Hunger Games Prequel To Be Published in Spring

If Kids Can’t Read What They Want in the Summer, When Can They? | Opinion


Editor's Picks for ALA Annual

Take to the Woods (Your Brain—and Students—Will Thank You)

Public Library Summer Programming Is Vital to Communities, SLJ Survey Shows

Summer Reading Incentives: Love Them or Hate Them, Prizes Bring Kids In

Summer Partnerships Between Public Libraries and Schools Bring Big Rewards

Summer Meals at the Library Are a Key Service, SLJ Survey Shows

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

Public Libraries and Summer Programming: SLJ Survey and Resources Page

LGBTQIA+ Graphic Novels for Young Readers | Stellar Panels

Missouri Libraries Offer Maker Camp Tailored for Families. Here's What They Recommend.

For All the News That's Weird and Scandalous | Feedback

Showing Future Educators the LMS Career Path

PEN America and Trust Project Release Newsroom Transparency Tracker | News Bites

Pronouns Matter: Gender Expression and Early Learning | First Steps

How to Start a Nerd Camp

Walking and Talking with M.T. Anderson, a Comic by Steve Sheinkin

The Astonishing Achievements of M.T. Anderson, Recipient of the 2019 Margaret A. Edwards Award

Read Woke Special Edition: Gifts for Grads


Contra Costa Library Offers Free Lunch at Nine Branches and a “Safe and Welcoming Space”

Beloved Favorites and Debut Stars Shine at Eighth Annual Children's Librarians' Author & Illustrator Dinner

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

2019 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards Announced

Makey Makey Creators Announce GameBender, A New Game System

Nashville Public Library Runs Early Literacy Program for Incarcerated Teen Fathers

Erin Entrada Kelly Talks Netflix, Trust, and Her Perpetual State of Wonder

Readers Mourn, Celebrate Author Judith Kerr, Who Has Died at 95

Street Noise Books—New YA Publisher for Marginalized Voices—To Launch in January | News Bites

A Michigan Library’s Summer Program Has Gone to the Dogs—and Engaged Families Along the Way

Funny Books for Unfunny Times


Libraries in Charter Schools Play by Their Own Rules

New York High School Creates Model Library Learning Commons


A Celebration of Student Zines


"Game of Thrones" Readalikes | Most Popular Stories on SLJ

SLJ Talks to Jeopardy! Champ James Holzhauer About His Love of Libraries

Born of School Library Closures, West Philadelphia Alliance For Children Wins Innovations in Reading Prize

"Two-Brothers, Four Hands" | A New Book on Alberto and Diego Giacometti

Dream Team: Introducing SLJ’s New Reviews Editors | Editorial

YA and Middle Grade Reads for "Game of Thrones" Fans

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


Elementary Book Club Tackles Immigration; Takes Walking Tour To Explore Cultures and Food

Scholastic Report Reveals Summer Reading Trends


NYPL Names a New Director

Audio Picks for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Scholastic Adds Give Back to Summer Reading Challenge | NewsBites

8 YA BookTubers To Watch Right Now


Tech Leaders: Good Citizenship & Social Justice

Tech Leaders: Amplifying Reading & Research

A Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Book Challenge | Most Popular Posts on SLJ

Tech Leaders: STEM & STEAM Dreamers

SLJ Diversity Workshop To Be Presented at Scholastic Reading Summits


While Spokane School Librarians Brace To Lose Jobs, State Passes New Budget


The 2019 Eisner Award Nominations, Reviewed

It's Lit! New Bookstore Ignites Bronx Neighborhood

Woke Sci-Fi and Fantasy | Read Woke


Library of Congress Puts Children's Classics Online


Mark the Centennial Celebration of Children's Book Week


Facing the PTA | Scales on Censorship

Book Awards, Student Voice Bus Tour, and More | NewsBites

I Wish You All the Best

Denver Teacher Librarian Brings Students Back to Library


First-Person Graphic Memoirs Bring Events to Life for Students


First-Person Graphic Memoirs: 17 Recommended Titles

Diverse Novels in Verse for National Poetry Month


Celebrating World Book and Copyright Day 2019


Happy Earth Day: Articles, Booklists, Reviews, and More

Cook Prize and Irma Black Award Announced

The Candle and the Flame: Finding the Power of Story

Library Hacks: Apps and Websites to De-Stress in the Classroom

Paying Attention | Editorial

Well Versed | NCTE’S 2019 Notable Poetry

SLJ's Kathy Ishizuka Named One of Folio:'s 2019 Top Women in Media

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


Mindful Storytimes: Fostering Calm and Focus

LGBTQIA+ Books Targeted; Mindful Reads | Trending on SLJ

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

16 YA Authors Who Built Their Careers in Libraries


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


New Toolkit for Youth Librarians, Sesame Workshop Survey, and More | NewsBites

Tackling Copyright Concerns When Taking Storytime Online


24 Exceptional Titles | April 2019 Stars

Nearpod Acquires Flocabulary

"George" Tops List of Most Challenged Books of 2018


First Second Launches History Comics | Stellar Panels

More SEL, Less Discipline in Atlanta Boosted Graduation Rates for Black and Hispanic Students 

All-Ages Summer Programming, from Tie-Dye to Tech


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