We’re so excited to see our educator friends November 16-19 in Columbus, OH!
What’s inside our NCTE and ALAN Workshop Resource Center:
- Make the most of your NCTE and ALAN Workshop experience + meet your favorite authors & illustrators!
Check our NCTE and ALAN Workshop schedule for a full list of in-person author programs and book signings.
- Score new books to review for your classroom!
Complete this short form and request up to three (3) free teacher’s copies!
- We’ve collected our digital resources for you in this handy resource center!
Download our digital catalogs and request digital preview copies!
- Not attending NCTE?
You can still download digital resources, request preview copies, and more!
MacKids NCTE and ALAN Workshop 2023 Schedule:
Author Programs & Book Signings
Download our flyer for a full list of MCPG author signings at NCTE 2023!
View our full schedule of authors events below,
including programs with Angeline Boulley, Mariama J. Lockington, Rainey Hopson, Mitali Perkins, Angela Joy, Janelle Washington, Carole Lindstrom, Bridget George, Kevin Johnson, Kitt Thomas, Chris Baron, Dan Santat, Dashka Slater, Steve Sheinkin, Ari Tison, Anna-Marie McLemore, Elliott McLemore, Amber McBride, Adrianna Cuevas, Julie C. Dao, Katherine Applegate, Katherine Marsh, Kekla Magoon, and Deb JJ Lee
Click the covers below to learn more about these books and authors you can meet at NCTE!
Score Free Teacher’s Copies!
Complete this brief form to request up to three (3) free review copies of some of our latest picture book, middle grade, and young adult titles! Requested titles* will be shipped to recipients after the conference.
* While supplies last. All requests are subject to availability and approval. U.S. only.
Request Digital Galleys
NCTE Award Winners
Choosing Brave: How Mamie Till-Mobley and Emmett Till Sparked the Civil Rights Movement
by Angela Joy; illustrated by Janelle Washington
Click the covers below to download discussion guides and activity kits. Find more guides here!
MIDDLE GRADE FEATURED RESOURCES
The Marvellers Teacher’s Guide
Odder Teacher’s Guide
Farther than the Moon Teacher’s Guide
A Wrinkle in Time Teacher’s Guide
The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemeinhart Teacher’s Guide
Cuba in my Pocket by Adrianna Cuevas Teacher’s Guide
The Lost Year by Kate Marsh Teacher’s Guide
The Gray by Chris Baron Teacher’s Guide
YOUNG ADULT FEATURED RESOURCES
Accountable Teacher’s Guide
Children of Blood and Bone Teacher’s Guide
Speak (The Graphic Novel) Teacher’s Guide
Warrior Girl Unearthed Teacher’s Guide
Firekeeper’s Daughter Teacher’s Guide
The 57 Bus Teacher’s Guide
Remixed Classics Series Guide
Rise Up! Teacher’s Guide
Promise Boys by Nick Brooks Teacher’s Guide
MacKids Digital Catalogs
Celebrate BIPOC Voices and expand your inclusive collection!
Download our Latinx Voices catalog, Black Voices catalog, Asian and Asian American Voices catalog, LGBTQ Voices catalog here!
Visit our digital catalog page to find our Edelweiss digital catalogs.
Watch our Winter 2024 Preview
Want to learn even more about our upcoming books? Watch our Winter 2024 Preview!
Listen to a special picture book debut interview from author Adam Pottle and illustrator Ziyue Chen in conversation with Editorial Director of Roaring Brook Press Connie Hsu to talk about Butterfly on the Wind. Plus, don’t miss our live special guest Elisha Cooper, Caldecott honor author and illustrator, in conversation with Executive Editor of Roaring Brook Press Emily Feinberg. Listen as they discuss Elisha’s new picture book Emma Full of Wonders!
2023 Stars You Can’t Miss!
Does your collection include the top-reviewed books of 2023?
Browse our round-up of starred reviews!
Read & Share Frequently Challenged Books
Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group stands against censorship, and in support of the librarians and teachers who are doing their part to share a love of reading with their students. We believe that all readers deserve access to an inclusive selection of titles and we are committed to working with our authors to reach readers with their stories. Click here to find more resources for sharing challenged books + fighting censorship in your community from the ALA’s Office of Intellectual Freedom.