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LJ DoD 2016 - video 1 Richard Peck Keynote Speech
LJ DoD 2016 - video 2 Laini Taylor Keynote Speech
LJ DoD 2016 - video 3 Women of YA Panel


SLJ DoD 2016 - slideshow 1
SLJ DoD 2016 - slideshow 2
SLJ DoD 2016 - slideshow 3


Day of Dialog 2016: Up Close and Intense

by EatReadSleep on May 21, 2016

Day of Dialog is a wondrously concentrated dose of information tailored specifically toward librarians and teachers whose work it is to push books on kids. SLJ knows just what we need, and presents individual speakers, panels of authors who address trends and issues in current literature, and panels of publisher representatives who fill us in on the hottest upcoming titles by their respective authors.


SLJ Day of Dialog 2016 recap

by Unadulterated on May 20, 2016

This annual one-day feast of author panels and publisher pitches was so full of talent and intelligence, and went off with so few hitches, and in such a nice, spacious space that organizer Luann Toth has taken to calling it "Day of Sheer Delight." She deserves to - it was delightful!


SLJ’s 2016 Day of Dialog in Chicago: “Everything Is Wonder”

by SLJ editor Shelley Diaz on May 17, 2016

Librarians attended School Library Journal’s eighth annual Day of Dialog in record numbers, sharing in conversation, interaction with celebrity authors, and a celebration of children’s and YA lit. Traditionally held in New York City, the event made its debut in the Windy City on May 11 at the University of Illinois.


SLJ Day of Dialog 2016 recap

by YALSA's The Hub on May 16, 2016

This was the first time I have attended a Day of Dialog and I would definitely recommend future attendance to anyone who works with children and/or teens promoting books and reading. Check out my recap of the middle school/high school panels and speakers from the day!


Day of Dialog 2016 Recap: Chicago Edition!

by Elizabeth Bird on May 16, 2016

I feel like it’s been a long time since I “reported” on anything. It isn’t just the move to the Chicago area. It’s more that subtly over the years I’ve pulled back from the rote typing that I used to engage in so often. Blame Twitter. Blame aging. Blame my left pinkie finger which, even as I write this, is slowly growing numb.