Prepub Alert delivers to collection development librarians a first-buy guide to what’s new and exciting in publishing, 3-6 months before publication. Highlights include in-depth coverage of dozens of leading titles in a wide range of topics, editor/author interviews, and LJ editor Barbara Hoffert’s insightful Picks.
LJ Reviews serves up a potent mix of previews of upcoming titles; timely reviews of current books, audiobooks, DVDs, and other media; and cutting-edge collection development and readers’ advisory guidance from LJ staffers and contributors. Plus, author and publisher interviews and conference coverage.
SLJTeen provides librarians and educators with the latest news on books, graphic novels, anime, music, and games for teens, as well as monthly interviews of debut YA authors. Reviews by teens are offered regularly, along with technology for the classroom and library, as well as teen consumer information.
SLJ ’s award-winning newsletter, keeping children’s librarians up-to-date on breaking news, top tech trends, remarkable new titles, and what kids are reading for fun. Features interviews with the hottest names in children’s literature as well as up-to-the-minute reviews of movies and the books they’re based on, plus job openings, and much more.
Curriculum Connections reviews the latest books and other materials for children and young adults, and links these materials to the curriculum. Also included are interviews and thematic articles and authoritative advice on the titles a library or classroom needs to help keep children and teens reading and learning.
LJXpress provides public and academic librarians with a snapshot of the latest news from the field, plus select highlights from the magazine, along with a featured Job Zone posting, and weekly Xpress Reviews.
Exploring middle grade books, library programs, and services for the tweenaged. This monthly newsletter helps librarians better serve their middle grade patrons. From collection development pieces and booklists to innovative programming ideas, Be Tween focuses on the unique challenges and opportunities around serving those kids who are not little children anymore—but not quite young adults, either.
Published monthly, Notes features the best in newly released children’s books for every age, including our Five Questions interview. It is perfect for teachers, librarians, parents, and anyone else who is looking for good new books for children and teenagers.
Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book is a quarterly supplement to our monthly e-newsletter, Nonfiction Notes provides recommendations of recently published nonfiction books, by topic, across grade levels, ability levels, and all areas of interest.
The Herald, published quarterly, brings up-to-date information on ALA Winners, Summer Reading, Halloween Books, and Holiday Books.
The What Makes a Good…? e-newsletter is a quarterly supplement to our monthly e-newsletter, in partnership with Junior Library Guild. Based on the Horn Book Magazine column of the same name, WMAG provides topic-specific recommendations of recently published books, across grade levels, ability levels, and all areas of interest, beginning with our inaugural summer 2015 issue What Makes Good Narrative Nonfiction? Each issue also includes a Five Questions interview by an exemplary author or illustrator in the field.
An occasional — and lively! — sponsored newsletter in which editor in chief Roger Sutton interviews an author or illustrator.
Academic Newswire supplies essential news and insights for academic librarians and features columns from Steven Bell (From the Bell Tower), Barbara Fister (Peer to Peer Review), and others, plus fascinating newsmaker interviews.
Academic Voices brings together the writing of our highly regarded columnists who contribute regularly to Library Journal about issues that affect the academic community.
Audio in Advance offers previews of selected audiobooks two months ahead of publication, along with recommended picks, and occasional interviews with notable authors and narrators.