Come Face-to-Face with the ALSC Mini Institute
Our Makerspace: ALSC Committee Work
ALA Election 2017
Thank You to Our Most Recent Donors
Belpré Award Endowment
Friends of ALSC
Great Stories Club
Building Baby’s Core Collection: A Book-themed Baby Shower
My colleagues at Kennesaw State University hosted a book baby shower for my unborn baby granddaughter, Maggie. When I posted photos on Facebook, I was pleasantly surprised at the enthusiastic response, which prompted me to write this article.
90-Second Newbery Film Fest
Details on screenings
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library expands ONE Access™ program
Gallery Talk Featuring Children's Book Art
Build. Believe. Become.: ALSC Mini Institute
Kwame Alexander to Speak at Midwinter President’s Program
Mark Your Calendar Now - 2017 Arbuthnot Lecture
Charlemae Rollins President's Program in Chicago
Save the Date: Inaugural Walter Dean Myers Memorial Lecture
BCALA Conference Dates
ALSC members, Keturah Cappadonia, head of Children’s Services, David Howe Public Library, N.Y., and Julie Patterson, teacher librarian, Ascend International School, Mumbai, India, are the recipients of a Friends of ALSC Mini Institute Scholarship, which includes registration and lodging travel stipend. The ALSC Mini Institute is a one-day event taking place on Friday, January 20, 2017, during the ALA Midwinter Meeting. See you in Atlanta, Keturah and Julie!
ALSC member Amy Koester?, Skokie (Ill.) Public Library, co-wrote, with Cen Campbell, a chapter, "Children’s Librarians as Media Mentors," in Family Engagement in the Digital Age: Early Childhood Educators as Media Mentors (Routledge, 2017). The publication was edited by Erikson Institute’s internationally recognized early childhood technology expert Chip Donohue, Ph.D. Donohue also wrote the foreword for Becoming a Media Mentor: A Guide for Working with Children and Families, by Claudia Haines, Homer (Alaska) Public Library, Cen Campbell, and ALSC.