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The Brown Bookshelf team blogs about children's literature, interviews authors and librarians, new releases in children's literature and several other issues and topics in children's literature.
1. Thank You

Just wanted to thank everyone for the fantastic nominations! So excited to learn about new authors and illustrators. We look forward to celebrating our new class of 28 Days Later honorees in February.  We appreciate your support.

Also, we have some happy news: The Brown Bookshelf has been named a Great Website for Kids by a committee of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association. Yay!

Here’s the link to check out the wonderful sites they recommend: http://gws.ala.org/


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