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SchoolLibraryJournal 9h
Having Hard Conversations with Students, One Year After Parkland
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
Review of the Day: The Undefeated by Kwame Alexander, ill. Kadir Nelson | A Fuse #8 Production
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
The Association of Jewish Libraries created a series of book lists to help teachers, librarians, and parents identify recommended titles with Jewish themes.
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
One year after the horrific events in Parkland, a teacher reflects on having hard conversations with teens and recommends three books to help start a dialogue on serious, timely issues…
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Board Book Trailer Reveal: You Are Light by Aaron Becker | A Fuse #8 Production
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There’s not much time left to apply for the Library of Congress Librarian-in-Residence program, and more in this edition of NewsBites
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
Exclusive: ‘Hex Vet’ To Get a Sequel | Good Comics for Kids
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
SLJ Reviews the 2019 Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Award Winners
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
Fuse 8 n’ Kate: The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch, ill. Michael Martchenko | A Fuse #8 Production
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Abrams Announces New Middle Grade Biography Series ‘First Names’
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
“Not everything you see on the Internet is true,” says Farid. “I cannot believe I have to say this... Before you share, retweet, like, take a breath. We’re moving way too fast online, it’s not good for us personally & certainly not good for our democracy.”
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
Can you KonMari the school library? Those book display supplies sparked joy once, but is it time to thank them and say goodbye?
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SchoolLibraryJournal 10h
42 Poetry & Nonfiction Titles To Celebrate the Legacy of Black Creators & Historical Figures
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Highlight Reel: Visual Literacy and the Movies
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Tomi Ungerer: 1931-2019 | 100 Scope Notes
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SchoolLibraryJournal 11h
Friday Finds: February 15, 2019 — Teen Librarian Toolbox
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SchoolLibraryJournal 12h
Sensory explorers by nature, toddlers are made for scientific inquiry. Here's how to engage them.
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SchoolLibraryJournal 13h
Presenting the 2019 Outstanding International Books List (w/ a downloadable pdf)
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SchoolLibraryJournal 14h
"The Good Egg" | A Q & A with Jory John | 100 Scope Notes
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SchoolLibraryJournal 15h
Post-It Note Reviews: Books for younger readers featuring a biracial protagonist, homeless kids in India, babysitters, and more — Teen Librarian Toolbox
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