Dear NetGalley Publisher,
We are pleased to announce a partnership with School Library Journal!

Starting immediately, School Library Journal will accept review submissions for children and young adult publications through NetGalley. SLJ will consider for review new (i.e., previously unpublished) young adult and middle grade titles, including e-originals. School Library Journal will use NetGalley to give editors and reviewers access to secure digital galleys. 


We've established a streamlined process for publishers to submit their titles to SLJ for review consideration. Publishers can fill out this simple submission form, to send title information and an open widget to allow SLJ reviewers to access the e-galley. Assigned reviewers will be designated as "School Library Journal Authorized Reviewers" in their NetGalley profile. Publisher queries about reviews should continue to go to SLJ's Book Review Editor, Kiera Parrott (, not to individual reviewers.


As a current NetGalley customer, you can benefit from this partnership immediately. Please view more information and full submission guidelines here


Submitting a title via NetGalley does not guarantee a review, but doing so will increase the likelihood of prepublication exposure in SLJ's print and online forums. General policies regarding review submission to SLJ still apply. See here for details.


Please feel free to contact me with any questions, and I hope you'll take advantage of this initiative.


Lindsey Rudnickas

Digital Marketing Manager, NetGalley

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