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  • 12.14.2017

    Webcast Recap: Celebrating the Best Books of 2017

    On today's webcast Kiera Parrott, Shelley Diaz and I talked about some of the best books of 2017. From orphans to elephants and fantasy to nonfiction, it was a great year for readers K-12. Narrowing the best of the best to a baker's dozen was a herculean task. How could we possibly choose?

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  • 12.13.2017

    E Is for Everybody: Picture Books for Older Readers 2017

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  • 11.30.2017

    Webcast Recap: Mistakes, Gelatinous Goo, and Rhyming Words: Fall Debut Class of 2017

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  • 10.31.2017

    Webcast Recap: Underwear, Thieves, and Sixty Seconds: Spooky, Scary, and Suspenseful Books, K-12

    On today's webcast Jen and I talked about new books from our fall selections. Everyone likes a scary story--even young readers! What are the hot fall releases that will hook your kids and keep them reading with the lights on? Jennifer Bennett joined me for a free 30-minute look at spooky, scary, and suspenseful books for grades K-12. From creepy underwear to Jack the Beanstalker, these stories will grab your audience from page one. You may never have to shelve them again.

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