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  1. Welcome to today’s Infopeople Webinar! Infopeople is dedicated to bringing you the best in practical library training and improving information access for the public by improving the skills of library workers. Infopeople, a grant project of the Califa Group, is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act administered in California by the State Librarian. This material is covered by Creative Commons 4.0 Non-commercial Share Alike license. Any use of this material should credit the funding source.

  2. What’s New in Children’s Literature 2017 Thursday, March 23, 2017 Presented by: Penny Peck Pikly@aol.Com

  3. Agenda • New Board, Picture Books, and Easy Readers • New Transitional Fiction, Poetry, and Graphic Novels • Nonfiction and Common Core • Tween Genre Fiction and popular series • Multicultural books • Nonfiction and Fiction pairings, Summer reading • Useful Websites

  4. Two Handouts • Books covered in the webinar – use the list to follow along • Websites listing children’s books, including new books, awards, graphic novels, Common Core-related nonfiction, multicultural books, and read-alikes

  5. New Board Books

  6. New Interactive Book

  7. New Picture Books

  8. New Picture Books

  9. New Easy Readers

  10. More New Easy Readers

  11. In Our Next Section New transitional chapter books New graphic novels New poetry New nonfiction

  12. Transitional Fiction - Definition • Easy Chapter Books • Bridge or Moving Up Books • 2nd and 3rd grades • Series fiction • Sometimes with ink drawings once or twice in each chapter

  13. Easy Transitional Chapter Books

  14. New Transitional Fiction

  15. More New Transitional Fiction

  16. New Poetry for Children

  17. New Graphic Novels for Kids

  18. More New Graphic Novels

  19. New Nonfiction

  20. More New Nonfiction

  21. Common Core

  22. Any new favorites I missed you would like to mention?

  23. Tween Genre Fiction • Genres include: • Fantasy • Historical Fiction • Sports novel • Humorous novel • Science Fiction • Mystery • Adventure • For grades 4 – 8 • Ages 9-12 • Independent, confident readers

  24. Fantasy

  25. Historical Fiction

  26. Humor

  27. Adventure

  28. Mystery

  29. Realistic/Contemporary

  30. Science Fiction and Sports

  31. New Entries in Popular Series

  32. More New Popular Series

  33. Any new favorites I missed?

  34. Multicultural Books for Younger Children

  35. Multicultural Books for Older Children

  36. More Multicultural Novels

  37. Multicultural Nonfiction

  38. Nonfiction and Fiction Pairings

  39. More Pairings

  40. More Pairings

  41. Olinguito

  42. Foxes

  43. 2017 Summer Reading Program

  44. More Summer Titles

  45. Finding What’s New for Children • No Flying, No Tights website for graphic novels • Best-seller’s lists: Publishers’ Weekly • ALA/ALSC Book Awards (Newbery, etc.) • Free webinars from Infopeople, and from Booklist magazine

  46. Finding Read-Alikes • “What book did you read recently that you liked?” – then find something similar • A book in the same genre • A book by that author or from that series • Try the websites on handout for Read-alikes sites, including www.bayviews.org • Children’s series books: www.mymcpl.org/books-movies-music/juvenile-series

  47. Time for questions?

  48. Thank You! Penny Peck Pikly@aol.com