April 19, 2018

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Resources on Women’s History, Wild Things at UConn, & a Book Challenge in Boise | News Bites

Maurice Sendak goes to the University of Connecticut, Looking for Alaska is challenged once again, and more.

Another Nonfiction Roundup

Monday, we got a graphic novel round up. And earlier this year, we had a nonfiction roundup. Now that we’ve reached the end of the year — and seen the Excellence for NF shortlist, and taken a look at all the year-end lists — we’ve got a second round up, taking a look at all the […]

Another Nonfiction Roundup

Monday, we got a graphic novel round up. And earlier this year, we had a nonfiction roundup. Now that we’ve reached the end of the year — and seen the Excellence for NF shortlist, and taken a look at all the year-end lists — we’ve got a second round up, taking a look at all the […]

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Q&A with Katherine Ashenburg

Katherine Ashenburg is the prize-winning author of three non-fiction books: Going to Town: Architectural Walking Tours in Southern Ontario; The Mourner’s Dance: What We Do When People Die; and The Dirt on Clean: An Unsanitized History, which was recently adapted for children.

How Canada Publishes So Many Diverse Children’s Books

With Groundwood Books’s Bologna win, the Canadian publishing industry’s reputation for quality and diversity is getting tough to beat.

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Native North Americans Shatter Stereotypes in an Evocative Anthology | Up Close

Editors Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth Leatherdale talk about their stunning and much-needed anthology that explores the art, culture, and experiences of Native North Americans, Dreaming in Indian.

This article was published in School Library Journal's February 2015 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.