The more opportunities students have to hear, grasp, and manipulate the sounds of words, the easier it will be for them to decode new words and become fluent readers. Beginner books in the classroom and at home help early readers build the literacy skills they need to become joyful readers.Read More
by Megan Ciskowski, Associate Publicist
The educational world saw a dynamic discussion on nonfiction literature and why it is so essential for students to read it this past spring. In her article “Exploring a Quandary: Kids Love Nonfiction, But Adults Assume They Don’t” Melissa Stewart wrote, “Finely crafted nonfiction children’s books have the power to inform, inspire, and get kids fired up about learning.”
That is exactly what our spring nonfiction series collection aims to do. Read on to discover series for young readers that cover a variety of subjects including science, style, and much more!Read More
By Libby Stille, Publicist
Every season I get to work with tons of amazing titles. However, I have yet to reach the level of obsession I have attained with one title from Spring 2019. We’re talking the level at which you tell your work friends, your boss, your relatives at a family reunion, and everyone who looks at your Instagram stories about the book.
Oh, you want to know what the book is too? Read More