Continuing our survey of possible contenders for this year’s Newbery award.
First in a series of roundup posts featuring contenders for this year’s Newbery gold.
Krosoczka, author of the Lunch Lady graphic novels, tells his own story in Hey Kiddo, a graphic novel memoir for teens that is by turns harsh and tender.
6 noteworthy nonfiction picture books about brave people, men and women, who were pioneers in science, math, and the Civil Rights.
4 noteworthy, new multicultural picture books about the roots of rap, Hannukah, gratitude, and Island culture.
Moving and beautiful, this post-Holocaust novel offers hope after horror.
According to the ALA, “the Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal is awarded annually to the author(s) and illustrator(s) of the most distinguished informational book …
It’s that time again! Children’s book titles are pouring into every librarians’ website as the kidlit community speculates on who will win Newbery gold this …