In February 1991, SLJ was there to report ALA’s denouncement of President George Bush’s decision to enter the Gulf War—the first national organization to do so.
And Now We Are 60: SLJ, the profession, and culture from 1954 to today | School Library Journal
The new library ‘was the last piece we really needed for students to get back to normal,” Addison Callahan, 18, who graduated last spring from Arapahoe High School.
Arapahoe High School Unveils New Library and Park | School Library Journal
Seven-year-old library fundraisers, Josephine Sinclair and Sarai Williams.
Two Second Graders Pitch to Restore School Library on Indiegogo | School Library Journal 

Seven-year-old library fundraisers, Josephine Sinclair and Sarai Williams.

Two Second Graders Pitch to Restore School Library on Indiegogo | School Library Journal 

Fangirl has inspired its own fanworks, something that @RainbowRowell embraces.
Fan Fiction Takes Flight Among Teens | School Library Journal 

Fangirl has inspired its own fanworks, something that @RainbowRowell embraces.

Fan Fiction Takes Flight Among Teens | School Library Journal 

In comparing football players to drug dealers, Almond’s point is that football is among the very few limited options available to black youth. And it is not one without consequences.
Two Books About Black Youth in America — @AngeReads and @droogmark Adult Books 4 Teens
I’ve always believed that for every nonreader, there is a book just waiting to be discovered. Often, it’s a teacher or librarian who facilitates that match-up.
The Author, the Poet, and the Librarian | School Library Journal
The Queens Library wanted to jump on Mayor de Blasio’s bandwagon to provide more PreK locations in NYC,” says Nick Buron, vice-president of Public Library Services, who is heading the PreK initiative inside the Queens Library. “We have always done informal learning for more than 100 years at the Queens Library, so this was not new for us.
Queens Library to Offer PreK Class in Fall 2015 | School Library Journal
In various ways, fan fiction resembles all storytelling,” says Anne Jamison, an academic who both studies and writes fanfic. “People like to swap stories, period, and the Internet is like a big electronic campfire.
Fan Fiction Takes Flight Among Teens | School Library Journal
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