The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) offers a variety of publications, serial and nonserial, and products.
Links to recommended book lists from ALSC.
Building a Home Library - Bibliographies
Four free, downloadable bibliographies that provide guidance to parents, grandparents, and others interested in assembling a high-quality library for their children at home
Kids, Know Your Rights!
A young person's guide to intellectual freedom written to students in grades five and up. Includes bibliography. A free, downloadable, and full-color PDF brochure.
Children and the Internet: Policies that Work A free online publication by ALSC and the Public Library Association (PLA) that provides guidance and food for thought to librarians charged with drafting policy for children’s access to the Internet. This publication includes articles, links to sample Internet policies, helpful ALA links, and more.
Children and Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children. ALSC's journal is published three times per year and provides education of librarians working with children. It showcases current scholarly research and practice in library service to children and spotlights significant activities and programs of the association.
ALSConnect, ALSC's newsletter is published quarterly and provides member and division news, bright ideas, conference information, and member profiles.
ALSC and PLA offer resource materials for Every Child Ready to Read @ your library®
ALSC publishes books on a variety of topics, including the popular Newbery and Caldecott Awards, intellectual freedom for children, collection development, and training.
ALSC and ALA Graphics offer Born to Read products.
ALSC and ALA Graphics offer award-related products, including gold and silver seals for award books, notable seals, posters, and audio cassettes of award speeches.