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Monday Sep 16 03:00 PM
Meg Medina Changes Gears

Register to watch on-demand! Enjoy an author talk with 2019 Newbery Medal award-winner, Meg Medina. Author of Merci Suárez Changes Gears, Meg will share her thoughts on writing about strong and diverse female characters, the importance of reading and the power of hope.


On Demand Webcasts

The Buzz About New Teen Books
By Deborah B. Ford and Kayleigh Hanlin | Feb 24, 2017 | Education
Spring is just around the corner and it will be buzzing with some fantastic newly-published books for teens. Listen in as Deborah B. Ford is joined by Kayleigh Hanlin, our newest booktalker, for a 30-minute exploration of JLG's Spring 2017 Selections for middle and high school readers. Filled with angry bananas, stories of teens behind bars, and witchcraft, these books will be all the talk in your library. Don't miss it!

Women Who Rock March 2017
By Deborah B. Ford | Mar 14, 2017 | Education
What can’t women do? Astronomer. Pinkerton detective. Automobile driver. Computer programmer. Welcome to today’s JLG Webcast series, Women Who Rock: Celebrating the Past and the Present. From hot new biographies to strong female characters, writers, and illustrators, today’s quick booktalks will lengthen your shopping cart list. Today, our resident library coach will give you practical ideas for programming and services, resources, and strategies you can use to extend National Women’s History Month into a

Spring’s Hottest Debut Authors and Illustrators
By Deborah B. Ford and Carl A. Harvey II | Mar 22, 2017 | Education
The Class of 2017 is already shining with highly starred books for children and young adults. From Angie Thomas's NYTimes #1 best-seller, The Hate U Give, to Paul Mosier's poignant tale, The Train I Ride, get to know these amazing newbies and their stories.

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