Audio books

2022 Notable Children’s Recordings – Round 1 Discussion List

Each year the ALSC Notable Children’s Recordings Committee works to select, annotate, and present for publication an annual list of notable audio recordings of interest to children. This year the 2022 Notable Children’s Recordings Committee will be meeting virtually on: Friday, Jun 18, 2021 at 2:30 PM (Central Time) Monday, Jun 21, 2021 at 12:30 PM (Central Time) Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021 at 2:30 PM (Central Time) Click to register to attend and observe the discussions at any of these 3 open meetings. Here is the complete 2022 ALSC Notable Children’s Recordings Round 1 discussion list: Books: At the Mountain’s Base. By Traci Sorell. Read by Kimberly Guerrero. Listening Library. DD. C is for Country. By Lil Nas X. Ready by Lil Nas X. Listening Library. DD The Cat Man of Aleppo. By Karim Shamsi-Basha and Irene Latha. Read by Irene Latham and Ramsey Faragallah. Listening Library. DD. City of…

Administrative and Management Skills

Renee Grassi: 2021-22 ALSC Vice President/President Elect Candidate

In an effort to help ALSC members make an informed decision before they vote, the blog posts today consist of interviews with the candidates for ALSC 2021-22 Vice President/President-Elect, Amy Koester and Renee Grassi. Each candidate was given ten questions and submitted written answers. This afternoon’s interview is with Renee Grassi.

Administrative and Management Skills

Amy Koester: 2021-22 ALSC Vice President/President Elect Candidate

In an effort to help ALSC members make an informed decision before they vote, the morning and afternoon blog posts today consist of interviews with the candidates for ALSC 2021-22 Vice President/President-Elect, Amy Koester and Renee Grassi. Each candidate was given ten questions and submitted written answers. This morning’s interview is with Amy Koester.

ALA Virtual Midwinter 2021

Virtual Celebration of Last Year’s Schneider Award Winners at #alamw21

On Sunday, before the excitement of the next day’s 2021 YMA announcements, it was nice to reflect on some of the winners from last year by attending the 2020 Schneider Award Virtual Celebration. It was lovely to hear each of the winning authors and illustrators from last year as they spoke of their winning titles.  On Sunday, before the excitement of the next day’s 2021 YMA announcements, it was nice to reflect on some of the winners from last year by attending the 2020 Schneider Award Virtual Celebration. It was lovely to hear each of the winning authors and illustrators from last year as they spoke of their winning titles.