by Allison Juda, Editor, School/Library Planning & Partnership Management
I have a confession to make: We get some of our best ideas from customers. We regularly call librarians across the country to hear what they think of our ideas, what holes they need filled in their collections, and how to best serve their needs.
by Ashley Kuehl, executive editor, YA trade nonfiction
Fake news, misinformation, lies, hoaxes, spin, disinformation, and falsehoods. What do these terms have in common? You’ll learn about all of them (and more!) in the newly updated Fake News Edition of Debunk It! How to Stay Sane in a World of Misinformation, available now from Zest Books.
by Jill Colella, Marketing and Website Manager, Kar-Ben Publishing
September always feels like a new beginning—the start of the school year, the launch of a new book season, and the start of the Jewish New Year. All three converge at Kar-Ben Publishing, an imprint of Lerner Publishing, proudly the largest publisher of exclusively Jewish-themed children’s books in the world!
by Amy Fitzgerald, Editorial Director, Carolrhoda
We’ve heard the buzzwords: “diversity,” “inclusivity,” “own voices,” “mirrors and windows.” And we’ve seen some heartening progress in movements to open up children’s publishing to authors with a wider range of backgrounds.
Today, we have a guest post from NoNieqa Ramos.