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A New Page: BookMarks Is Back

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All good things must come to an end. But sometimes they begin again.

In other words: Education Week's BookMarks blog is back!

The authors may be different—your new voices are Alex Lenkei, Commentary Editorial Intern, and Kate Stoltzfus, Commentary Associate—but the heart of the blog remains the same. We will still bring you the latest in K-12 education book news with an eye for the innovative and the page-turners worthy of keeping you up at night.

We'll be casting a wide net to explore the intersection of books and education.

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Catch up on highlights of literary events and awards. Read book reviews on new releases—from YA lit and early-reader picture books to teaching strategies and global learning—and Q&As with authors, thought leaders, and movers and shakers in literary education. Find out which books EdWeek bloggers and reporters keep on their shelves. Watch for stories from classrooms and libraries around the country.

In addition, once a month we will feature a Reading Roundup—news about education books and publishing over recent weeks we've found to be of particular interest. 

Visiting us for the first time? Take a look through our archives and check out the 10 most popular posts of 2013!

And while BookMarks took a hiatus, Education Week interviewed authors about their work. Check out our most recent conversations with Sir Ken Robinson and Kevin Jennings, founder of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network.  And look for others coming soon.

Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @EWBookMarks and check the blog for weekly updates.

Tell us what you're reading, and send news tips and story ideas to [email protected] or [email protected].

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