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Fighter for Justice: Roger Sutton Interviews Ilene Cooper

Did you know that Eleanor Roosevelt was one of our editorial board members? It’s something we’re pretty proud of here at JLG. So we’re especially happy to bring you this webcast. The Horn Book’s Roger Sutton interviews author Ilene Cooper about her book Eleanor Roosevelt: Fighter for Justice. They chat about Roosevelt’s lasting impact, and Cooper shares some of her insights about writing compelling books for young readers.

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Bones, Ballots, and Biographies
By Deborah B. Ford and Leslie Bermel | Oct 26, 2015 | Education
With school in full swing, students will be looking to you to recommend compelling nonfiction books for their studies. How do you sift through all the new nonfiction titles and choose only the best? Let us offer some help.

Award Predictions
By Deborah B. Ford and Kiera Parrott | Nov 20, 2015 | Education
Forecasting which books will win big at the ALA Youth Media Awards 2016 isn’t easy, but the discussion is loads of fun! Join JLG’s resident expert Deborah B. Ford and special guest Kiera Parrott, editor at School Library Journal, as they gaze into their crystal ball and make award winner predictions. Will good fortune come upon the books they choose? We’ll find out soon enough. Don’t miss this fast-paced look into some of the best books of 2015!

A New Year's Celebration of Books
By Leslie Bermel and Deborah B. Ford | Jan 21, 2016 | Education
On today's webcast Leslie and I talked about some of our favorite upcoming elementary titles for the spring season. From charming picture books to fascinating nonfiction and hard-to-put-down chapter books, there are plenty of amazing titles to add to your collection.

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