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Exposure to differences, to diversity, is where our best education happens. But, argues site member writer-on-wheels, who has cerebral palsy,... Read more »
We need diverse books because… children should be able to see themselves in books that they read.
On August 6, seventy years ago, the United States detonated atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki that ended WWII. Without... Read more »
In free verse, Weatherford tells the story of activist Fannie Lou Hamer, who was known as the voice of the... Read more »
Sometimes young people with mental health problems get better. Sometimes they don’t. Sometimes they get better but then they get... Read more »
From CBC Diversity: Working in publishing—especially children’s publishing—for me has meant being able to continue to engage around diversity issues.... Read more »
Looking for a writing exercise for kids, but are short on time? This step-by-step exercise, "shared world" writing, is similar to fan fiction. Read more »
Michele Blood, founder of New Jersey Writer, LLC, has always had a passion for helping and delighting her clients. Learn more about her on KidLit TV! Read more »
These blogs are wonderful examples of what library blogs can be, and they will hopefully provide you with a little... Read more »
From Literate for Life: The library is a marvelous place. It is filled with adventure inside of every book. My... Read more »
From Pragmatic Mom: First you have to believe that it’s possible. Can a person of color become a professional dancer?... Read more »
Tony Cliff shares his love for Librarians.
Chis Schweizer shares his love for Libraries.
Follow the Brooklyn Bookmobile and see what exciting adventures they bring to kids!
Relaunch of Mirai ni Kibou Children’s Library at its new home at San Fernando Elementary school
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Hood County Commissioners’ Court declined to vote on whether to retain or remove Gayle Pitman’s This Day in June (Magination... Read more »
It can be challenging to create an inclusive book collection or curriculum. For even the most committed and informed teachers,... Read more »
From School Library Journal. When the Supreme Court ruled on June 26, 2015 that same-sex couples could marry in all... Read more »
The New York Public Library has been an essential provider of free books, information, ideas, and education for all New... Read more »