Congrats to the 2020 YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Awards finalists!
By: Katie Lynch | December 23, 2019 |
JLG is proud to announce that 4 out of the 5 2020 YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Awards finalists are JLG selections. The Nonfiction genre is revolutionizing thanks to the talent and commitment of these authors, and our editors know outstanding work when they see it!
Celebrating Our Winners: 2019 ALA Youth Media Awards
By: | February 05, 2019 |
We’re absolutely thrilled that fifty-two of this year’s American Library Association Youth Media Awards and honors went to JLG selections. We’re so proud of our amazing authors and illustrators, as well as our talented editorial team and their history of picking winners. We wanted to take this opportunity to highlight the winners of this year’s Newbery and Caldecott Medals, and the recipient of the Coretta Scott King Author Award. You can add all of this year’s winners to your collection here.
For many of us, the new year is a time for new beginnings. A chance to hit reset and open our minds to new opportunities and possibilities. With that in mind, we wanted to put the spotlight on three popular, previously selected titles that follow the adventures of protagonists who are stepping into a new world or undergoing major changes in their lives and starting a new chapter.
The holiday season is here! It’s the perfect opportunity to build new traditions with your young readers, and to support them as they learn the deeper significance of the holidays they enjoy. With that in mind, we wanted to spotlight a few books that we feel are excellent tools to help young students appreciate the meaning of the winter holidays.
Here at JLG, we do our best to select high-quality titles that will both entertain and educate your readers. We feel all young readers deserve access to books that speak to their experiences and genuinely pique their interest.
Best Children’s Books of 2018: Jason Reynolds and Washington Post Reviewers Share Their Favorites
By: Sarah Cooke | November 19, 2018 |
As 2018 comes to a close, this is the season when many of us find ourselves reflecting on the events of the previous year and recalling what stood out for us the most. It’s the season for “Best Of” lists, and one that we’re particularly proud to be a part of this year is the Washington Post’s list of Best Children’s Books of 2018. We are happy to see that so many of our have made this list, and you can shop those selections here.