Friday Finds – November 21, 2014
Sunday Reflections: What a few minutes searching Google Images for “Prom Dresses” taught me
Middle Grade Monday – Statistics
National School Climate Survey results about LGBT students’ experiences in school
The #SVYALit Project Google Hangout with A. S. King, Christa Desir & Carrie Mesrobian
We’re Not Faking it, We’re Making It: from the Robot Test Kitchen
YA A to Z
- Tahereh Mafi
- Patrick Ness
- Lauren Oliver
- Stephanie Perkins
- Matthew Quick
- Sarah Rees Brennan
- Jenny Torres Sanchez
Around the Web
You want to read Ursula Le Guin’s speech for the National Book Awards.
Jacqueline Woodson won the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature. It is well deserved. See her keynote speech for SLJ’s Day of Dialogue here.
One of the many issues with charter schools is their lack of preparedness for dealing with children with special needs.
In case you’re having a bad day…
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About Robin Willis
After working in middle school libraries for over 20 years, Robin Willis now works in a public library system in Maryland.
SLJ Blog Network
One Star Review, Guess Who? (#184)
Announcing the 2023 Winners of the Annual Blueberry Literary Award!
Review: Victory! Stand!
The Transformative Power of Books, a guest post by David Aleman
The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving