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SLJ Names Best Books, ACL Performers' Showcase Registration Open

SLJ Names Best Books of 2015: Check out School Library Journal’s choices for the best children’s and teen books from this year – www.slj.com/best-books-2015/#_ . 234 more words


Those Thrifty, Nifty Dover Classics

For those of us who splurge and buy books to hoard on our shelves so we always have a lovely bit of paged delight at our fingertips, probably don’t consider the paperback, easy-on-the-pocketbook editions of Dover as ones we trot out and buy. 196 more words


MONSTROUS DINOSAUR BONES FOUND IN SCHOOL VISIT!   by Author & Illustrator Michael Dooling

Today on Eastern Penn Points blog, we’re honored to have a guest post by talented author and illustrator, Michael Dooling. Mike visited my daughter’s school recently, and she came home so excited, I just had to ask him to share some tips for a successful school visit with us.   900 more words


Library Link Line-Up!

Hey, folks! 

Don’t forget that today we have our ReaderCON event from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. There’ll be guest speakers, games, and even a Cosplay Contest! 127 more words

Library Link Line-Up

Beyond Favorites And Bookmarks

Diigo (pronounced Dee’go) is a popular social bookmarking tool that can be used to bookmark web content, highlight text, add sticky notes and include personal comments. 242 more words

Digital Literacy

School Library Journal Discovers Claudia Zoe Bedrick's Process with Enchanted Lion

Enchanted Lion Books has been captivating readers with diverse and entertaining titles since their start in 2003. The mastermind behind the press’ success is Claudia Zoe Bedrick, creator and publisher of the press. 766 more words

Bookslinger App

Two New Trade Reviews for THE WANDERERS (School Library Journal and VOYA Magazine)

Good news! Two new trade reviews just came in for THE WANDERERS from School Library Journal and VOYA Magazine!

“The preternatural circus of shifters, budding young romance, and action-packed struggle against evil will appeal to readers of paranormal fiction.” —  81 more words