School Library Journal
The School Library Journal is a monthly magazine with articles and reviews for school librarians, media specialists, and public librarians who work with young people. Articles cover a wide variety of topics, with a focus on technology and multimedia. Reviews are included for preschool to 4th grade, grades 5 and up, and teens. Both fiction and non-fiction titles are reviewed, as are graphic novels, multimedia, and digital resources. Also included are reviews of professional reading for librarians and reference books.The School Library Journal was founded in 1954 as Junior Libraries after breaking off from Library Journal. The first issue was published on September 15, 1954.
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Media Source, the company behind review publications like Library Journal, School Library Journal and Horn Book, is launching a subscription-based site, BookVerdict. com, that aggregates over 300,000 reviews from its publications.
If you’ve ever wondered how certain books wind up on library shelves, or how your children’s school librarian chooses which books to buy, the answer is due in part to three publications called Library Journal, School Library Journal and Horn Book and a buying service called Junior Library Guild.