“Schools and libraries in all forms are transitioning their spends from providing physical items that are being stored on shelves and branches to digital items -- the fastest portion of their growth,” said Steve Potash in a recent interview.
There’s going to be a panel at AASL (School Librarian conference) this weekend called “Boys Reading: A focus on fantasy.” There are six well-respected, very cool middle grade fantasy authors on this...
Author and illustrator Michael Dooling visits Kent Place Primary School library Independent Press - NJ.com “Michael Dooling's presentations were fascinating,” said Deborah Afir, Primary School librarian.
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