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Notes from The Horn Book
Our free e-newsletters are perfect for teachers, librarians, parents, and anyone else who is looking for good new books for children and teenagers. Each issue is written and published by Horn Book editors, the most trusted authorities in the field. When you sign up for Notes from the Horn Book, you’ll automatically receive Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book, The Horn Book Herald, and Talks with Roger.
School Library Journal
Extra Helping is SLJ’s award-winning newsletter, keeping children’s librarians up-to-date on breaking news, top tech trends, remarkable new titles,and what kids are reading for fun.
SLJTeen provides librarians and educators with the latest news on books, graphic novels, anime, music and games for teens.
Curriculum Connections reviews the latest books and other materials for children and young adults, and links these materials to the curriculum.
Be Tween explores middle grade books, library programs, and services for the tweenaged, helping librarians better serve their middle grade patrons.
LJReviews + (weekly)
This comprehensive e-newsletter delivers the best of LI's book-related features and columns, reviews, Barbara Hoffert's Prepup Alert posts, and Neal Wyatt's BookPulse news updates in one spot, so you can put LJ's strength in book coverage to work. LJReviews + brings all of the previews, collection development, and RA tools, and highlights of buzzy books that librarians need -- straight to your inbox.
Provides public and academic librarians with a snapshot of the latest news from the field, plus select highlights fromLJ, along with featured Job Zone posting, and weekly Xpress Reviews. Also includes occasional topic-specific alerts.
Academic Newswire (weekly)
Supplies essential news and insights for academic librarians and features columns from Steven Bell (From the Bell Tower), Barbara Fister (Peer to Peer Review), and others, plus fascinating newsmaker interviews. Also includes occasional special editions from INFOdocket.