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!
By Megan Ciskowski, Associate Publicist
August 26th marks International Dog Day so we’re celebrating the beloved, furry companions that bring us so much joy. What better way to start the party than to celebrate the latest addition to the Sesame Street family? Read on to discover the name of Elmo’s new best friend!
These books are great for Elementary-school-aged kids. All of the projects (and snacks!) are super fun to make! Some may need help from an adult.
Our guest blogger today is elementary librarian Allyssa Loya, who teaches in the Rockwall (Texas) ISD. A true technology enthusiast, she is also the author of Lerner’s new series Disney Coding Adventures. On Monday, September 24, she presented a fantastic SLJ-hosted webinar called No Fear Coding: How to Start a Coding Club and Why It Matters. Read More