• Resources: Journal/Magazine/Newsletter Sites



ALAN Review
Online home of the ALAN Review, published by the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents, a special-interest group of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).


AudioFile is a comprehensive review source of readalongs and audiobooks for children, teens and adults.


Book Links
Book Links is a magazine designed for teachers, librarians, library media specialists, booksellers, parents, and all other adults interested in connecting children with high quality books.


For more than 90 years, Booklist has been the librarian's leading choice for reviews of the latest books and (more recently) electronic media.


Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
The Bulletin, founded in 1945, is devoted entirely to the review of current books for children. It provides concise summaries and critical evaluations to help you find the books you need. Each review gives you information on book's content, reading level, strengths and weaknesses, and quality of format, as well as suggestions for curricular use.


Children's Literature Association Quarterly

The Children's Literature Association, whose goal is to encourage serious scholarship and research in children's literature, awards fellowships, scholarships and also recognizes important criticism and undergraduate papers.


Five Owls
The Five Owls is an online subscription publication (quarterly)devoted to the field of children's literature, with book reviews, articles about books and reading, and interviews with leading authors, illustrators, and others.


Reviews of adult and children's titles published by independent publishers.


Horn Book Magazine
To celebrate their 75th Anniversary, The Horn Book magazine created a Virtual Exhibit from their archives, with memorabilia, correspondence and articles. There's also information about the magazine and the Boston Globe - Horn Book Awards.


Kirkus Reviews
A comprehensive review journal of adult and children's books, often pre-publication, focusing on the library market. Print and online subscriptions are available.



Kliatt, a bimonthly magazine, publishes reviews of paperback books, hardcover fiction for adolescents, audiobooks, and educational software recommended for libraries and classrooms serving young adults.


Library Journal
LibraryJournal.com is an electronic offshoot of Library Journal, the oldest independent national library publication. Founded in 1876, this 'bible' of the library world is read by over 100,000 library directors, administrators, and others in public, academic, and special (e.g., business) libraries.


Library Media Connection
LIBRARY MEDIA CONNECTION (LMC) is the professional magazine for school library media and technology specialists. Blending the best of THE BOOK REPORT, LIBRARY TALK, and TECHNOLOGY CONNECTION, LMC delivers proven, real-world practical information, professional development, and book and technology reviews by educators seven times each school year.


Media & Methods
A leading education and technology magazine used for purchasing decisions in K-12 schools.


Midwest Book Review
produces "Bookwatch," a weekly television program reviewing books, and publishes five monthly library newsletters. Their website features useful book reviews (divided into subjects like poetry, myths and biography), book resources and links to other websites.


Publishers Weekly
Publishers Weekly, the 131-year-old international news magazine of the $23 billion book industry, reaches every major publisher worldwide. Publishers Weekly is the leading publication serving all segments involved in the creation, production, marketing and sale of the written word in book, audio, video and electronic formats.


School Library Journal
School Library Journal, the print magazine, and now, School Library Journal Online, the web site, serve librarians who work with young people in school and public libraries. The two publications give librarians indispensable information needed to manage libraries, from creating high-quality collections to understanding how technology can assist (or hinder) learning.


Teacher Librarian
For more than 30 years, Teacher Librarian has been publishing thoughtful and provocative articles on collaboration, leadership, technology, and more for K-12 school library professionals.

Educational Book & Media Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

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