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  • 03.21.2017

    Webcast Recap: Get to Know Spring's Hottest Debut Authors and Illustrators Spring 2017, K-12

    In our webcast today, my guest Carl A. Harvey II and I talked about some of our favorite upcoming books written by debut authors and illustrators. From a National Geographic explorer to A. S. King's debut as a middle grade writer, these authors are sure to find their way into the hearts and minds of the young and older reader.

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  • 03.09.2017

    Webcast Recap: Women Who Rock: Celebrating the Past and Present

    Astronomer. Pinkerton detective. Automobile driver. Computer programmer. Women continue to rock our world through their talents, leadership, and wisdom. In our webcast today, I talked about some of our favorite upcoming books by and about women. From hot new biographies to strong female characters, writers, and illustrators, these quick booktalks will lengthen your shopping cart list.

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  • 02.23.2017

    Webcast Recap: The Buzz about New Teen Books

    In our webcast today, Kayleigh and talked about some of our favorite upcoming books for teens. From angry bananas to stories of teens behind bars and witchcraft, these new books for grades 6-12 are sure to circulate!

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  • 02.09.2017

    Webcast Recap: 4 Ways to Strengthen Diversity in Your Library Program

    In our webcast today, I shared four ways to strengthen diversity in your library program. As I said, every effort you make towards inclusion and diversity matters to someone. By being aware, keeping up with the literature, shaking up your programming and bringing in outside resources, the impact you can make is so valuable.

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