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The Rules of the Genre Are: There Are No Rules. An Alicia D. Williams Q&A on Mid-Air

Look on the Bright Side | Review

Parsing Religion in Public Schools

Take Five: Middle Grade Novels in Verse

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The Poetry Books of 2024

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“The very unlikely Forrest Gump of the avant-garde.” A Nicholas Day Q&A about Nothing: John Cage and 4’33”

Book Review: Stay Dead by April Henry

The Stars So Fars: Spring 2024 Edition

Next Stop | Review

Book Review: Trouble at the Tangerine by Gillian McDunn

We’ve Got a Gal from Kalamazoo: It’s a Polly Horvath Q&A and Cover Reveal for Library Girl!

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New Magical History Tour 3-in-1 | Exclusive Announcement

Wild Dreamers, a guest post by Margarita Engle

The Rules of the Genre Are: There Are No Rules. An Alicia D. Williams Q&A on Mid-Air

Blood City Rollers | This Week’s Comics

My Three-Step Hack for Killer Booktalks, by Kristin Nilsen

Mock Newbery Titles So Far: 21 possible Medal contenders


100 Scope Notes

Travis Jonker

A Fuse #8 Production

Elizabeth Bird

Good Comics for Kids

Brigid Alverson, Robin Brenner, Lori Henderson, Esther Keller, Michael May, J. Caleb Mozzocco, Mike Pawuk, Scott Robins, & Eva Volin

Heavy Medal: A Mock Newbery Blog

Steven Engelfried, Sharon McKellar, & Roxanne Hsu Feldman

Neverending Search

Joyce Valenza

Teen Librarian Toolbox

Karen Jensen, Heather Booth, Robin Willis, & Amanda MacGregor

The Classroom Bookshelf

Mary Ann Cappiello, Erika Thulin Dawes, Grace Enriquez, & Katie Cunningham

The Yarn

Travis Jonker & Colby Sharp


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Travis Jonker

ALA Launches Elections Campaign

SLJ Staff

Defending the Canon: SLJ & NCTE Review 15 Banned Classics

SLJ Reviewers and NCTE

Sports Comics Take the Field

Brigid Alverson

ALA President Discusses Impact of "Weaponization of Libraries" | Censorship News

SLJ Staff


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