The School & Library team talks about some of our top Spring 2020 Young Adult reads here.Learn more about these staff picks →
Katy Rose Pool chatted with TeachingBooks.net about her debut book and Morris finalist, There Will Come a Darkness, the first in the Age of Darkness trilogy. Click here to listen to her interview!
Are you attending the Public Library Association conference in Nashville? Meet authors Hafsah Faizal and Gene Yang at one of their PLA events! Plus, visit MacKids in Booth 1614 to score ARCs, book swag, and more!
Books are entries into new worlds, inviting readers to hear different voices and explore exciting places! Listen here to Associate Marketing Manager Melissa Croce, along with representatives from Lorimer Children & Teen, and Archipelago Books present their latest titles for young readers showcasing diverse authors, characters, and topics! Plus, we’ll talk with author June Hur about her upcoming YA debut, The Silence of Bones!
The School & Library team is matching readers with their book soulmate! Would you like to read a middle grade dystopian debut or a Young Adult queer romantic comedy? One of these Spring 2020 books could be your perfect match!Find your perfect match →
Read our February newsletter for new releases, a spotlight on author Tricia Levenseller, and our sweepstakes for a chance to win a copy of fictionalized The Librarian of Auschwitz and the nonfiction biography, A Delayed Life, which follows Dita Kraus upon whom The Librarian of Auschwitz is based! Sign up for the School & Library newsletter here.
Congratulations to all of this year’s award winners! Keep reading to find out more about our ALA Award winners, honors, and recommended reading selections from ALSC and YALSA.View all our winners, honors, and recommended books here ➔
Join School Library Journal for a lively conversation featuring the 2020 YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Award finalists, including Deborah Heiligman, author of Torpedoed. Learn a bit about the inspiration behind these fantastic titles; hear from the authors about their research and storytelling processes; and take away some insights into how publishers select engaging and relevant nonfiction titles for teens.