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Blog for the Association of Library Service to Children.

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Halley Todd
ALSC is a division of ALA that is focused on improving library services and programs for our youngest patrons. This blog is a great professional resource because it has posts by a variety of authors in the professional field about several different topics. There are possible programs, information about important news that will affect the field, some book reviews, discussion of how best to accommodate children with disabilities in libraries, member profiles, information literacy, recent research, ...more
Aug 05, 2016 Esti rated it really liked it
This blog from the ALSC is devoted to connecting the community of children's librarians with the recommenders, publishers, and creators of children's literature. The site includes updates about members of that community as well as events and educational opportunities online and across the country. Many of the entries are given over to editorials, programming ideas, and book recommendations from the contributing writers. The site design is minimalist and easy to use, with an extensive list of ...more
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