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School Library Journal, May 2015 Issue: Table of Contents


Cover Story

Worth the Hype?

What is 3-D printing exactly, and how does it serve kids?

By Chad Sansing


Makers & Shapers

  • Shop Class for All
    By Sarah Bayliss
  • A Chicken Coop in St. Louis
    By Mahnaz Dar
  • A Diverse Resource
    By Sarah Bayliss and Marta Murvosh
  • One Frame at a Time
    By April Witteveen

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Collection Building

  • What Does Normal Look Like? A collection of books about teens with special needs | Focus On
    By Alison M.G. Follos
  • Making Magic: Hands-on projects and titles that celebrate maker and Latino cultures | Libro por libro
    By Tim Wadham


  • Make It So: Building on the impulse to create | Editorial
    By Rebecca T. Miller
  • Our Voices Matter: Japanese American debut author Valynne Maetani on Ink and Ashes | Up Close
    By Shelley M. Diaz
  • Inside Family Place Libraries: Expanding on the traditional role of children’s services | First Steps
    By Lisa G. Kropp

Letters to SLJ: May 2015

The Reviews

  • Multimedia Reviews: DVD
  • Multimedia Reviews: Audio
  • Multimedia Reviews: Music
  • Multimedia Reviews: Gaming
  • Online Reference Review
  • The Book Review/Fiction:
    • Picture Books, Early Childhood
    • Picture Books, Elementary
    • Picture Books, Beginning Readers
    • Chapter Books
    • Series Update: Chapter Books
    • Middle Grade
    • Middle-Grade Graphic Novels
    • Young Adult, Middle School
    • Young Adult, High School
    • YA Graphic Novels
  • The Book Review/Nonfiction
    • Elementary
    • Middle to High School
    • Graphic Nonfiction
  • Book/Multimedia Review Stars List


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