Friday Finds: May 19, 2017
Sunday Reflections: It’s Hard to Get Out of a Town Like This
WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI and Sex Positive YA, a guest post by author Sandhya Menon and a GIVEAWAY
(Not so) Middle School Monday: In Which I Attend a State Library Conference
What’s New in LGBTQIA+ YA May 2017
#SJYALit: Author Victoria Scott Talks About Social Justice and YA Lit
A #FSYALit Take 5: A Faith That Bends and Stretches, but Does Not Break (Faith and Spirituality in YA Lit)
Around the Web
GLBT BOOK MONTH: INFORMATION WITHOUT JUDGMENT
THE BATTLE TO SAVE THE INTERNET FROM TRUMP BEGINS
ASL: Writing a Visual Language Comments
6 Historical YA Novels in Which #ShePersisted
For Families With Special Needs, Vouchers Bring Choices, Not Guarantees
Free tampons in school bathrooms? A 14-year-old girl made it happen
Teen magazines have always covered more than fashion. You just didn’t notice.
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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
Watch The Yarn LIVE with Kate DiCamillo at ALA!
Review of the Day: Papá’s Magical Water-Jug Clock by Jesús Trejo, ill. Eliza Kinkz
Squire & Knight | Review
Why Sad Books are Vital in Kidlit, a guest post by Cassandra Newbould
The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving