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Exclusive Announcement: ‘Kudzu,’ Afrofuturist Graphic Novel

Cover Reveal & Interview: The Amelia Six by Kristin Gray

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Evaluating Graphic Novels for the Newbery: A conversation with Shannon Hale

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Preview: ‘World of Archie,’ vol. 1

Post-It Reviews: Graphic Novels Galore!

We Publish Caldecott Winners: 2019

Teddies: A Daniel Kraus Interview and Reveal

Explore the Intersection of Science and Stories in The Girl Who Named Pluto

Confessions of a Dyslexic Word Nerd, By Amanda Hosch

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I Came in Like a Wrecking Ball: An EXCLUSIVE Excerpt of Diary of a Wimpy Kid #14

An Interview with Jeff Kinney and an EXCLUSIVE Excerpt of Diary of a Wimpy Kid #14

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: Click Clack Moo by Doreen Cronin & Betsy Lewin

Dyslexia Awareness Dashboard: All our Dyslexia posts and references in one place to help us all better serve youth with dyslexia

Bob Shea on the Return of Unicorn and an Unexpected Author Visit

Review of the Day: The Usual Suspects by Maurice Broaddus

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Friday Finds: October 4, 2019

Preview: ‘Plants vs. Zombies, vol. 14: A Little Problem’

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#TBT: Salina Yoon Visits The Yarn

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Cindy Crushes Programming: DIY Alcohol Sharpie Tiles

Graphic Novels for Middle Grade Readers, a contemporary reading list

Dyslexia Awareness Month: Providing a Variety of Formats is an Access Issue

Americans Never Enter International Awards: Introducing the Nami Concours

Graphic Novels Are Here to Stay | Heavy Medal

How Libraries Can Better Serve Youth with Dyslexia, an Infographic

Book Review: Maybe He Just Likes You by Barbara Dee

5 Questions with Maulik Pancholy

Odd Pairings of 2019 Children’s Books

Teaching Ideas for Brenden Wenzel’s A Stone Sat Still

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What to Read if You Like Hadestown the Musical, by Cindy Shutts

How Fare Poetry Books at the Newbery table?

Strange Bookmarks: An Overview

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen

Notes on September 2019

Press Release Fun: Amazing, Adept, Appealing Alphabet Books Exhibition at the Grolier Club

Friday Finds: September 27, 2019

New from Stanford: The interactive Educational Opportunity Project for “educational epidemiology”

Review: ‘Pumpkinheads’

What to Read if You Like The Prom, The Musical, a guest post by Teen Librarian Maisie

Mordicai Gerstein: 1935-2019

Hello, Neighbor. Matthew Cordell Brings the Life of Mr. Rogers to Life

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I’m Not Drooling, You’re Drooling: The Carle Honors Art Auction

The Building Blocks to Change, a guest post by Nancy Richardson Fischer

Cover Curiosity: Come One! Come All!

Breaking the Wall of Narrow Nationalism: A Talk with Etienne Delessert

What to Read if You Like the Musical Dear Evan Hansen, by Nicholas Mitchel

SLJ Leadership Summit: Equity and Access for All–the Highlights

What to Read if You Like Mean Girls the Musical, by Cindy Shutts

Revolteens: This is what happens when chicken has a moment and teens are given a voice, by Christine Lively

Review: ‘Rey and Pals’

Books on Film: Jackie Woodson on CBS

Review of the Day: Paws + Edward by Espen Dekko, ill. Mari Kanstad Johnsen

Rethinking U.S. History through an Indigenous Lens

Maybe He Just Likes You: #MeToo Comes to Middle Grade, a guest post by Barbara Dee

Book Trailer Premiere: THE UPPER CASE by Tara Lazar and Ross MacDonald

Press Release Fun: Children and Authors To Collaborate on The Story Seeds Podcast, Launching this Fall

Books for Fans of Hamilton

Update: The NYT Best Illustrated/Caldecott Overlap

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Preview: ‘B&V Friends Jumbo Comics Digest’ #274

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Press Release Fun: The Secret Mountain Announces Fall Picture Books with Audio

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