Our October cover. Pleased as punch to share this story.

Our October cover. Pleased as punch to share this story.

5th grader finds Dead Kennedys CD at school library. Writes diary entry about it.
(via 5th grader finds Dead Kennedys CD at school library. Writes diary entry about it (story in comments) - Imgur)

5th grader finds Dead Kennedys CD at school library. Writes diary entry about it.

(via 5th grader finds Dead Kennedys CD at school library. Writes diary entry about it (story in comments) - Imgur)

I had hoped that the move to a longlist would shine the spotlight on the full range of young people’s literature, and that has yet to really happen over the first two years. To wit: Are picture books not young people’s literature?
NBA Longlist — Heavy Medal
It’s amazing how your professionalism kicks in,” Peters says. “You can’t deal with your own issues, it’s just ‘I gotta get through the day, keep these children safe, and keep these children calm.’
Throwback Thursday: Their Professionalism Kicked In | School Library Journal
Graphic novels in the classroom, as envisioned by Gareth Hinds. 

(via Teaching with Graphic Novels | School Library Journal)

Graphic novels in the classroom, as envisioned by Gareth Hinds.

(via Teaching with Graphic Novels | School Library Journal)

Does your library feature a “biography hall of shame”?

Biography Section Hall of Shame — 100 Scope Notes 

Does your library feature a “biography hall of shame”?

Biography Section Hall of Shame — 100 Scope Notes 

Say aloha to Michelle Colte, #SchoolLibOTY Our September cover
Michelle Colte Named School Librarian of the Year | School Library Journal 

Say aloha to Michelle Colte, #SchoolLibOTY Our September cover

Michelle Colte Named School Librarian of the Year | School Library Journal 

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