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Bio School Library Journal is the largest reviewer of kids & YA content, from books to digital. Serving up tweets: the editors of SLJ.
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Hootsuite Inc. : 7 Graphic Novels That Offer Powerful Mirrors & Windows for Teens | Summer Reading 2020

Hootsuite Inc. : Darren and I created this infographic + a #chooseyourownadventure style activity for our latest #newsliteracy article for SchoolLibraryJournal: We Are the Media: Helping Young Information Creators Be Better Consumers We hope you find them useful. #RU515 #digcit

Instagram : Bugs that fizz, animals with mucus-skin, and wild facts about our digestive system - kids love the gross and weird.

Link in our bio for our latest #summerreading list, picked for you by SLJ editors:
"7 Books……

Hootsuite Inc. : Continuing Anti-Racist Work in Publishing in the Wake of the George Floyd Protests, a guest post by Roseanne A. Brown

Hootsuite Inc. : Missed SLJs virtual Day of Dialog? Watch author Derrick Barnes and illustrator Gordon C. James, creators of the picture book I Am Every Good Thing, in conversation. #sljdod

Hootsuite Inc. : Exploring everything from collection development to programming to scholarly literary analysis, these titles will equip school and public librarians with plenty of ideas come fall. 12 Professional Reading Titles To Keep You Current

Hootsuite Inc. : Varying in scare factor, these 13 titles will keep all horror fans busy until spooky season arrives.

Hootsuite Inc. : Talking to children about race is one aspect of preparing the next generation to be good citizens. Modeling anti-racism is another.
Our July cover story:

Hootsuite Inc. : 7 Slam-Dunk Sports Fiction Titles for Teens | Summer Reading 2020 | School Library Journal

Hootsuite Inc. : “1619 Project” Poised to Reframe Teaching of Slavery. Heres How Educators Are Using the Information, Curriculum Our Oct 2019 post is making the rounds again.

Hootsuite Inc. : Hi-Lo & Mighty Reads: 15 engaging and ­accessible series for ­reluctant and striving readers | School Library Journal

Hootsuite Inc. : Changing the stories we read (or don’t read) won’t change society overnight, but it will help curb insidious biases from perpetuating in future generations.

Hootsuite Inc. : We Are the Media: Helping Young Information Creators Be Better Consumers | News Literacy

Hootsuite Inc. : 16 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Middle Grade Books for Exciting Summer Escapes | Summer Reading 2020

Hootsuite Inc. : Students have been reading To Kill a Mockingbird, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and the “Little House” series for generations, and having these “classics” available in school libraries is a given. Should that change?