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Readers welcomed our coverage of the youth media awards, a new ambassador and, yes, ChatGPT.


Readers welcomed coverage of the youth media awards—Caldecott and Printz—a new ambassador and, yes, ChatGPT.

Our most viewed posts of the week past:

School Librarians Explore Possibilities of ChatGPT
By Kara Yorio
While classroom educators worry about students using the AI-based software for writing assignments, these librarians see the positive potential of the technology.

Eye Openers: 10 Books that Changed the Way We See the Caldecott Medal
By Travis Jonker
Bold Caldecott titles broke new ground in many different ways.

Meg Medina Named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature
By SLJ staff
The Cuban-American winner of the 2019 Newbery Medal will become the first author of Latina heritage to serve in the role.

Standout Debuts & Titles from Acclaimed Authors | Pondering Printz
by Stacey Shapiro
Every year I look forward to the Youth Media Awards, and this time is no different. Last year had several strong standouts that I hope were considered by the Printz committee.

Eight Graphic Works that Offer Fresh Perspectives on the Past | Stellar Panels
by Brigid Alverson
Including fiction, nonfiction, and memoir, these titles cover topics from the making of the atomic bomb to the history of video games.


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