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I’ve added Foul is Fair to my TBR because I love Shakespeare retellings, and this one sounds exciting! The Blossom and the Firefly, set in 1945 Japan, also sounds like

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Say hello to a six-star review! We don’t see these too often, so middle and high school librarians should definitely checkout The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh. Since I

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Welcome to February! The January Challenge (“Dealing with Difficult Classes in the Library”) was a whopper, so I thought we could do an easier Challenge for February. This month’s challenge

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Another big list this week! I have once again split this week’s Spotlight into three groups: young adult, middle grades, and picture books. This is the YA Spotlight. The middle

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Another big list this week! I have once again split this week’s Spotlight into three groups: young adult, middle grades, and picture books. This is the middle grade Spotlight. The

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Another big list this week! I have once again split this week’s Spotlight into three groups: young adult, middle grades, and picture books. This is the picture book Spotlight. The

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Well, this has been an interesting week. I’m currently in Playa del Carmen, Mexico with my family. Playa is beautiful and we love it, but it’s bittersweet with all the

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Quite a mix of books this week! It’s a long list (18 titles!), but I didn’t need to divide it into three separate lists this week. What looks best to

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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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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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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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