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86th Texas Legislative Session Begins
Members of the Texas Legislature have returned to Austin the 86th Legislative Session. Rep. Dennis Bonnen (R-Angleton) was elected Speaker of the House on January 9, and Governor Greg Abbott […]Read More
2019 Lariat Reading List Announced
The Texas Library Association’s annual Lariat Reading List calls attention to outstanding fiction published during the year that merit special attention from adult readers. Since 2009 the goal of the […]Read More
2019 Texas Topaz Nonfiction Reading List
Just in time for holiday shopping, the Texas Library Association is pleased to announce the 2019 Texas Topaz Nonfiction Reading List. With more than 140 titles, the list includes nonfiction […]Read More
TLA: It’s Not Just for Texans
Stacey B. Rattner is a School Librarian at Castleton Elementary School in Castleton, New York. Stacey has been an active member of TLA since 2017. In this short interview, she […]Read More
2019 Little Maverick Graphic Novel Reading List Announced
A recommended reading list for children in grades K – 5, the 2019 Little Maverick Graphic Novel Reading List encourages recreational reading through a variety of current titles. The 52 […]Read More
Chips and Queso. Bert and Ernie. Teachers and librarians.
Some things are just better together. Do you know a classroom teacher who would enjoy the TLA Annual Conference? Our annual conference – made up of books, authors, technology integration, […]Read More
Welcome to the new txla.org!
Welcome to the new txla.org! We are excited to launch phase one of a new and improved website. This site is fully responsive to work on mobile phones and tablets, […]Read More
Texas Bluebonnet Master List Announced
Students from central Texas announced the Texas Library Association’s (TLA) 2019-2020 Texas Bluebonnet Award (TBA) Master List at the Texas Book Festival on Saturday, October 27. The Texas Bluebonnet Award […]Read More
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