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The SLA Reading Blog is designed to highlight new books and related resources plus publishers' offers for our Members that we think may be of interest to school librarians and to others working in related fields. The blog is available to logged-in SLA Members at http://www.sla.org.uk/reading-blog.php and a summary RSS feed is available at http://www.sla.org.uk/sla-reading-blog-rss.php. SLA Members, please submit any reviews you may wish to post here to bookblog[at]sla.org.uk and remember to quote your membership number in your e-mail. This blog is moderated by the SLA.

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New Edition Highlights 2

Moving onto new editions of fiction for all ages,again I had a mountain of paperback versions of recent novels which I am sure eagle eyed librarians will have spotted already, so I am focusing on special highlights. There cannot be many who are not aware that a certain Harry Potter will be 20 next week and there has been some wonderful new look publishing to cel...
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New edition highlights 1

Confession time! It has been a long time since I caught up with new editions and series titles so this is going to have to be a snapshot of real highlights from illustrated fiction and information books. So I will not be listing all the paperback editions of recent hardbacks that have already been reviewed.  But one small publisher I do want to highlight is Firetree Books who a...
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