By Alice Meichsner
Welcome to Sesame Street®! Home of Elmo, Bert and Ernie, Cookie Monster, Grover and many more beloved characters, this neighborhood of fuzzy monsters has been teaching audiences for generations.
Join your favorite furry friends this spring as they explore emotions, science, careers, and more! Young readers will learn essential life skills for managing their emotions and conflict resolution along with developing a love for learning, science, and more. Read on to find out what our friends on Sesame Street have to share!
By Alice Meichsner
Need more after Super Bowl Sunday? Learn about your favorite athletes, teams, and more with some top sports picks from Lerner!
With titles for fans of all types: study the sports, the stats, the players, and learn more about your favorite games along the way!
Do you know the story of the GOAT in your favorite sport? How much do you know about the lives of your favorite MVPs and Olympic athletes? Or maybe you’re looking to learn about a sport you’re unfamiliar with? Keep scrolling to find the most interesting biographies and stories about our greatest athletes and the games they play!
In celebration of all the awesome things women and girls can do, here is a roundup of Lerner titles that feature notable women.
Read Woke ™ branches out this season to fiction in the new chapter book series Bo at the Buzz! The series follows Bo, whose life is always buzzing. And not just because he lives upstairs from The Buzz, a barbershop. Young readers will love following Bo’s daily life and adventures in these early chapter books.
Today creators Cicely Lewis, Elliott Smith, and illustrator Subi Bosa share how they crafted the world of the Buzz and the characters who live there.
“Summer is a critical time for literacy skills. Things like decoding, letter knowledge, and word reading skills are very susceptible to decay without frequent practice.”
James Kim, an assistant professor of education at Harvard University
The weather outside may be frightful, but planning summer reading can be delightful. ESSER and Title I Funding makes it possible to send students home with take-home book packs that build literacy skills and engage the entire family. Here are some ways to get books into the hands of students this summer: