Friday Finds: February 28, 2020
This Week at TLT
Books and Libraries Can Strengthen the Superpowers of Teens With ADHD, a guest post by Kirsten Lambert
RevolTeens: Texas Teen De’Andre Arnold Reminds Us All, Teens Need Fans (by Christine Lively)
The Pros & Perils of Sequels, a guest post by Alexandra Monir
Book Review: The Burning by Laura Bates
Information Literacy: We Need to Be Talking About Deepfakes (and The Burning by Laura Bates)
Sunday Reflections: Reflecting on My Reflections. On a Sunday, of course.
Around the Web
A middle school requires kids to dance with anyone who asks. One mom is fighting for her daughter’s right to say “no.”
Schools Are Embracing Mindfulness, But Practice Doesn’t Always Make Perfect
Who Should Decide What Books Are Allowed In Prison?
“All the Bright Places” Stars Elle Fanning and Justice Smith on How the Film Portrays Mental Illness
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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
U.S. Gov: ‘All Books Must Have Round Corners’
Review of the Day – Bear and Bird: The Picnic and Other Stories by Jarvis
Review: Swim Team
Write What You Know. Read What You Don’t, a guest post by Lauren Thoman
The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving