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One of my favorite back-to-school activities is surveying my students about their reading interests, goals, wants, and needs. Though I mostly see the same students from year to year, trends

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Can you believe it’s June already? As weird as 2020 has been, it has certainly flown by! I’ve once again split the Spotlight into three lists: YA (Grades 7-12), middle

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We have only six picture books this week, but three of them received two or more starred reviews! My favorite on this list would have to be runaway signs. I

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Welcome to this week’s Middle Grade Spotlight! I’ve got three Spotlights this week because there are lots of great new releases to know about! For me, the standout titles on

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For librarians and elementary schools, Reading Bingo isn’t a new idea. I’ve seen countless printable Reading Bingo cards online, both free and for sale. When I was at the elementary

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The last Spotlight of May is a good one, especially for teens and tweens! I didn’t find many new picture books this week, but I did find several new LGBT+

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Another big week for May new releases! I’ve split this week into three lists again: YA, Middle Grade, and Picture Books. All three are linked at the bottom of this

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It’s another big week of new releases for May 2020! I’ve been saying for a few weeks now that the Spotlights this May have been less than in previous years,

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Warning: The post is full of chocolatey-deliciousness and may therefore be bad for your waistline. You’ve been warned! Happy Book Chocolate Cake Day! Though I’ve talked to students about Book

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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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You’ve landed a brand new school librarian job–congratulations! All summer, you’ve looked forward to standing in the middle of your very own library, taking a deep breath, and reveling in

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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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