We’re quickly approaching the holiday season – a perfect time to come together with friends, family, and all the people we care about. Bringing Christmas, Hanukkah, and the Hour of Code, the month of December gives us plenty of reasons to celebrate. Whether it’s with dinosaur Santa, Mrs. Maccabee’s sons, or coding memes, ring in the holidays with one of our favorite festive titles!Read More
by Megan Ciskowski, Associate Publicist
The winter holidays have come to a close, but that doesn’t mean more aren’t on the way. Lerner has come prepared to give young readers a dino-mite Valentine’s Day with the newest title of the Dino-Holidays series. Read on to find out what our favorite dinosaurs are up to now and discover the wide variety of dino books available in new formats!Read More
Readers in your school or library might already be familiar with the fun-loving dinosaurs from the Dino-Sports series and previous installments of Dino-Holidays, written by Lisa Wheeler and illustrated by Barry Gott. In the newest adventure, Dino-Easter, T-rex, Raptor, Compy, and others take on egg decorating, eating candy, a parade, and more. (Spoiler: things get a little silly!)
Get a sneak peek below at some of the colorful, hilarious art and fun rhyming text featured in the book—and learn how to celebrate Easter like the dinos do!Read More
Welcome to the end of summer, and in some areas of the country, back to school time. Whatever your location is deciding or struggling with, we wish you all health, safety, and as little upheaval as possible. To help with your planning, here are some booklists and readers advisory for September and October.Read More
Father’s Day was first celebrated in the United States in 1910, but it only became a nationally-recognized holiday in 1972. This year, it falls on Sunday, June 21. Some families might be spending more time than usual with their dads right now. Others are giving up some time with their fathers to help slow the spread of coronavirus. We have put together a list of titles to help celebrate the day, either way.