As Election Day 2020 approaches, students may have questions about social and political issues. These books break down complex ideas for young readers and cover topics like civics, voting laws, gun control, reproductive rights, analyzing news reports, understanding articles of impeachment, and more.Discover more Election Day reads →
No matter what ‘back to school’ means for you this year, TinkerActive helps keep kids on track.Enter for a chance to win a set of workbooks + download sample lessons here →
Discover spectacular series all year long! Our new August 2020 – August 2021 School-Year Calendar celebrates one middle grade, chapter book, or graphic novel series each month. Introduce your young readers to their new favorite series!Download the calendar + enter to win a physical copy →
We’ll miss seeing you all in Chicago this year, but you don’t have to miss out on scoring digital ARCs of upcoming titles on NetGalley, entering to win a bundle of some of our favorite Fall 2020 ARCs, meeting your favorite authors, downloadable resources, and more! Visit our virtual booth below!Visit our ALA Annual booth here →
The InvestiGators need help! Kids can invent their own V.E.S.T. (that’s Very Exciting Spy Technology) that Mango and Brash can use to fight the forces of evil.
Upload their essay, drawing, photo, or video explaining what their V.E.S.T. is and how it works! John Patrick Green, creator of InvestiGators, will pick one lucky winner whose invention will be featured in an upcoming book!
For more information and to request a free summer reading kit click here →
This summer, Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group invites you to explore new worlds through reading! Let your imagination be your guide.
We missed seeing you all in Boston this year, but you don’t have to miss out on scoring digital ARCs of upcoming nonfiction titles on NetGalley; entering to win a bundle of some of our favorite science books; discovering NSTA’s Reading Lists, and more resources! Visit our virtual booth below!VISIT OUR VIRTUAL NSTA BOOTH HERE →
Read our February newsletter for new releases, a spotlight on author Tricia Levenseller, and our sweepstakes for a chance to win a copy of fictionalized The Librarian of Auschwitz and the nonfiction biography, A Delayed Life, which follows Dita Kraus upon whom The Librarian of Auschwitz is based! Sign up for the School & Library newsletter here.