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I needed The Benefits of Being an Octopus when I was 12. AUTHOR: Ann Braden SERIES: none PUBLISHER: Sky Pony PUBLICATION DATE: Sept. 4, 2018 PAGES: 256 GENRE: realistic fiction

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Better late than never! After 5 days with incredibly spotty internet and lots of internet outages, we have now had internet for a solid 28 hours! YEESSS! Thankfully, this week

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A major graphic novel release for high school this week! Gene Luen Yang, author of American Born Chinese, brings us a new graphic novel featuring Asian-American male characters and sports.

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It’s a big week for secondary libraries! We have new nonfiction from Jason Reynolds, and you know I’ve already pre-ordered it on Audible! There’s also not one but TWO books

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Check out new middle grade titles this week from Brandi Colbert, Avi, and Kenneth Oppel! As always, titles with a * by them received two or more starred professional reviews.

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So many picture books this week! Most of them received one starred review, too. I’m most excited about the first one: The Fabled Life of Aesop. Fables are so easy

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With many schools worldwide closing due to the coronavirus threat, I thought it would be a good idea to dedicate the March Challenge to keeping the library front-and-center for our

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This week is another whopper list, so I’ve split it into three parts: YA, middle grade, and picture books. All are linked at the bottom of this page. This is

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Boy using purple pen to fill out Book Speed Dating Record Sheet

Oh, this lesson is awesome! I’ve wanted to try out book speed dating for awhile now, and I finally went for it last week. I wanted to use a smaller

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Let’s face it: No matter how much instruction we give, many students (and their teachers and parents!) simply do not understand the Dewey Decimal System. I can remember sitting through

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**This post was updated on July 6, 2019. Just in time for Back to School! You’ve landed a brand new school librarian job–congratulations! All summer, you’ve looked forward to standing

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Interested in school library genrefication? Way back in 2011, I genrefied my very first middle school library. At the time, I was the only librarian I knew taking on this

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