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International Youth Literature Collection

The International Youth Literature Collection is a representative collection of children’s and young adult books, both translated and in their original language, that celebrate writing, visual style and design from outside of this country.

IBBY and the SDG Book Club

WorldKidLit invited Liz Paige, Executive Director of IBBY, to provide an update on efforts to promote youth literature in support of Sustainable Development Goals in November 2021. 

                                                                                                                        Global Reading with World Kid Lit: A Look Back at World Kid Lit Month 2020  - ALSC Blog

GLLI Conversation March 2021



Katie Day introduced the March 2021 GLLI blog that featured book recommendations and reflections on practice and curriculum connections related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. 

Written by various international school librarian friends, this discussion provides insights for ways to spread the message to youth through literature. 

A Call to Action

Sustainable Development Goals for BusinessThe Sustainable Development Goals are a call for action by all countries to promote prosperity and protect the planet. 

Goodreads Bookshelf

This goodreads bookshelf features books that support the UN 17 Sustainable Goals. 

How to set up Goodreads giveaways for your book | Ben Zackheim

SDG Book Club

The #SDG Book Club provides a list of books for each of the 17 Goals. The website provides resources and advice for starting a virtual book club with a global perspective.

                                                                                                                           SDG Book Club WEB Widget – United Nations Sustainable Development


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