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School Library Journal - Website

School Library Journal - Website
Lerner Publishing Group Fall 2014 Librarian Preview Webinar By SLJ on April 7, 2014 Leave a Comment Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET Be among the first to see and hear firsthand what Lerner has coming for readers this fall! Visit with Lerner Publishing Group’s editors as they unveil the fantastic new books that will be published Fall 2014. Get the inside scoop and sneak peek at Lerner’s nonfiction, middle grade and YA fiction, graphic novels, and picture books for grades K-12 coming this Fall. Plus, learn about new digital offerings, as well as supports for Common Core State Standards, and free teaching guides, reader’s discussion guides, classroom activities, and websites that make lesson planning easy.Register Now!

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Welcome to Featured Titles The Comic Book War Comic Book War is the final installment in the trilogy written by Metis author Jacqueline Guest that began with Belle of Batoche and Outcast of River Falls. read more Red Bird Sings The official blog of the Young Adult Library Services Association “Challenge yourself at #PLA2016 to be extraordinary because extraordinary libraries create extraordinary communities.” This was the theme for the bi-annual conference and it seemed to have genuinely expressed just that. I began the conference by leading a preconference titled “Emerging Adults in Our Libraries: Who are They and Where do we Find Them?” and while the theme doesn’t specifically pertain to teen services I think a lot of teen librarians (and this was part of the impetus for the research for the presentation) will attest to the reality that this is something they see and think a lot about with serving teens; what happens to them in terms of services and programs after they “age out” of teen services?

Moharimet Elementary School Library Media Center Moharimet Elementary School Library eBooks Parent Resources SLJ Guide to the Best Apps for Children & Teens Great Websites for Kids! Best Websites for Teaching and Learning Library Lessons Library Procedures Spending time at the beginning of the year practicing library procedures with students is essential for a successful year. I love my 8th graders this time of year, because they’ve got the procedures down. They know exactly how our library … Continue reading 2015 National Book Awards 2015 National Book Awards Nonfiction Longlist: Reading Is Fundamental We've dusted off a few of our favorite books to create a brand new booklist to help you celebrate... See This List Help your reading list sprout along with your garden! Spring into reading with these RIF suggested... See This List It’s been a stand-out year for children’s picture books.

19 Young Adult Authors To Follow On Instagram Give your Instagram stream a literary makeover with this definitive list of young adult authors whose accounts you should be following. No seriously, go follow them and thank us later. If you like your InstaGs with a side of snark, then make sure to give these authors’ pics a double tap. Sara Benincasa Dude, she is hilarious and GREAT.

AASL eCOLLAB Skip to main content ALA User Menu Search form A Division of the American Library Association You are at: » AASL » AASL eCOLLAB Share this page: Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) The following fun and engaging activities were designed to help you promote your library and engage youngsters at the same time! The contest, game, and scavenger hunt documents can be easily customized to suit your needs/library. Letterboxing | Poetry | Bookmark Contest | Mad Libs | Scavenger Hunts | Readers Theater "How to" Guide and Scripts | Letterboxing 15 Ways to Use Poetry @ your library® Poetry Programs @ your library®

Book Review Digest Plus - Literary Research - EBSCO This essential library and research tool that brings together book reviews on a wide range of topics, from a variety of sources including newspapers, review journals, and popular magazines. An Essential Library Tool Unlike reviews on book-sale sites and the open Internet, many of the included reviews are from citable journals, making Book Review Digest Plus an invaluable resource for literary and biographical research. Included information in individual book records, such as ISBN, Dewey Decimal Classification, and subject headings, also makes this a useful tool for readers’ advisory and collection development.

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The School Library Journal reviews all types of resources and offers advice for collection development as well. by kmeghanlewis Sep 20

School Library Journal aspires to be an accelerator for innovation in schools and public libraries that serve the information, literacy, and technology needs of 21st century children and young adults. SLJ produces resources, services, and reviews that make library and education professionals savvier, and communities stronger. by katherineking2 Mar 19 (School Library Journal) is a virtual library where students can have access to the latest eBooks on the market. Students can research about various topics in different areas such as science, literature, or health. Teachers and students can have access to news related to libraries in schools. This site is appropriate for children in grades 6th to 12th. Teaching Tips: 1. Students can post their reviews for games and new books. 2. Students can make a list of books according to the information they obtained from 3. Students in higher grades can make recommendations for younger children. by gabrielapearltrees Oct 26

The School Library Journal offers articles and other sources on collection development, reviews of books, programming, technology, common core, budgets, lesson plans and much more. by milburnb Mar 15