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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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Making the Most of Your Digital Collection

Research has shown that eBooks and audiobooks circulate more when librarians follow a clear plan to promote them in the school community. Join this webinar to learn creative and effective strategies for spreading the word about your digital collection and make sure those great resources get used!

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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
Research Roundup
by Leslie K. Maniotes
Notes from the Editors
Carl A. Harvey II, Organization & Management
Looking for Answers
Leslie B. Preddy, Instructional Leadership
Knowledge Is Power
Rebecca J. Morris, Perspectives & Partners
Lifting the Curtain
reVIEWS+
Stand Up, Yumi Chung!
This uplifting story about a hard-working immigrant family is a must-read. Readers today will relate to the ongoing battle between parents who want the best for their children and the children's desire to forge a path of their own. Read More
We are Power: How Nonviolent Activism Changed the World
Hasak-Lowy has compiled a collection of short biographies on civil disobedience, nonviolent protest, and student activism that both build on one another and could be read as standalones. Read More
Note from the Editor
Savvy librarians, teachers, parents, and grandparents already know the secret to growing readers: give kids the books they want, not the books we think they need. And for some young people, this may mean choices that we wouldn't normally consider; nonfiction over novels, audiobooks over print books, graphic novels instead of traditional novels. And many, many readers enjoy series books featuring favorite characters in adventure after adventure in shorter, readable formats. Read More
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