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Dear Dara: Why Don't We Stand Up for One Another?
Dear Dara—A lot of good librarians have lost their jobs. How do I respond when I hear colleagues claiming that it's only the bad apples who have been let go? Read More
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Curriculum Connection
Highlighted Resources
Tom Bober, Elementary School
Lesson Plan: Developing and Utilizing Graphical Literacy
by Tom Bober
Seth Taylor, Middle & High School
Lesson Plan: Avoiding Plagiarism: Guided Practice
by Seth Taylor
Highlights From the Current Issue of School Library Connection
Political Literacy 101
by Judi Moreillon
Notes from the Editors
Carl A. Harvey II, Organization & Management
Tales of Encouragement
Leslie B. Preddy, Instructional Leadership
The Death (and Rebirth) of Civil Discourse
Rebecca J. Morris, Perspectives & Partners
Own Your Political Jedi Skills
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Goldie Vance: The Hotel Whodunit
This easy-to-read and enjoyable mystery is a throwback to the days of Nancy Drew. Goldie Vance is a character with spunk who doesn't always follow the rules. Read More
This Is My World
This appealing book takes the reader around the world to visit children in 70 countries across six continents. While each visit starts with the highlighted child's age, locale, and family, each one continues with other things the child thinks are important—pets, interests, school, home, food, etc. Read More
Note from the Editor
When it comes to studying traditional literature, you quickly realize this area is full of patterns, motifs, and archetypes. You can have three wishes, or four trials or seven siblings and magical helpers, evil villains, and talking animals. Read More
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Social Justice and Cultural Competency: Essential Readings for School Librarians
by Marcia A. Mardis and Dianne Oberg, Editors