The Spring 2016 Print-Your-Own Posters Are Now Available to Download
Make sure you're logged into your account and go here (http://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/services/downloadable-materials) to download the Spring 2016 posters. These are the individual posters for each category.Read More →
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Ask the Librarian: Library Impact on Achievement
Dear Deborah, I would like to do a presentation on how school libraries impact student learning. What is the name of the district that saved their jobs? What other resources can I use--Michelle Miles of Salt Lake City, UtahRead More →
Today is Multicultural Children's Book Day
It's Multicultural Children's Book Day (MCCBD), and we are thrilled to help sponsor the efforts behind it. The mission of MCCBD is to not only raise awareness for the kid's books that celebrate diversity, but to get more of these of books into classrooms and libraries. Since JLG is all about getting the best books into the hands of readers and inspiring and enabling lifelong reading and learning, it's a perfect match. This year we are sponsoring the Classroom Reading Challenge. Teachers and students around the country will be involved in this initiative to include more diverse books into their classroom libraries and to encourage kids to broaden their worlds through these stories. To learn more about the Challenge and MCCBD visit http://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com or participate in the conversation on social media. #ReadYourWorldRead More →
JLG Booktalks to Go: Looking Ahead to Feb 29 Webcast
For those of you who work with teens, be sure to register for the upcoming webcast on February 29. Leslie and I will be talking about some of the hot new books for middle and high school. If you've been watching our announcements you know there are some of our favorite authors (Kwame Alexander and Neal Shusterman) and some newbies (Kathryn Purdie and Kathryn Tanquary). Series books continue with new installments to Wing & Claw and The Riverman). One of my personal favorites, Jeff Strand, is back with a hilarious book called, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever. You still have time to register, gather a group of colleagues or readers, and get out your wish lists. In the meantime, here's a taste of one of the books I've chosen.Read More →
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