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Nurturing Nature
By LJ and SLJ editors
Connecting with nature is a great escape at any point, but it's particularly helpful during challenging times. One way to engage your surroundings is by observing birds, who are some of our most interesting neighbors. Birdwatching can be immensely rewarding, and we offer guidance on discovering fascinating ones in your area.
image Birding for Beginners
By Mary Bakija
Whether you want to start simply in your backyard or make dedicated treks, these suggestions will help you get started.
image Tiffany Jewell Explains What It Means To Be Antiracist
By Vanessa Willoughby
The author, educator, and consultant discusses what it means to be antiracist in a racialized society and how everyone can disrupt and defy racism.
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image Embracing Serenity
By LJ Reviews
Jane Brox describes positive and negative effects of silence and isolation. Akiko Busch delves into invisibility in nature, science, and the arts.
image Resources for People Who Are Grieving
By Erin Shea
Build collections and help patrons with these key titles for mourning as a family and starting difficult conversations around death.
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image Books on Space Exploration
By LJ Reviews
Emily Levesque discusses her path to astronomy. Jo Marchant considers our stars and skies. Sarah Stewart Johnson explores the history of Mars.
image YA Debut Authors Share Their Hopes
By Melanie Kletter
Four first-time authors talk about the inspirations behind their novels, their paths to publication, and their dreams for young people.
image 10 Novels Reimagine Shakespeare Works
By Amanda MacGregor
From a choose-your-own-path Romeo and Juliet to a Macbeth retelling that channels #MeToo, there's something here for all teen readers and fans of the Bard.
image Latinx Graphic Novels to the Fore
By Brigid Alverson
Latinx creators have been receiving more recognition, and there is now a flourishing comics scene that includes a strong body of work for young people.
image Delicious Reads
By SLJ Staff
Four YA authors serve up restaurant-set reads. Teens will crave these love stories, which include #OwnVoices contemporary debuts. 

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