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Books for Kids: Spring Reading for Growing Minds

SLJ 2013 Books for Kids Header edit 600x214 Books for Kids: Spring Reading for Growing Minds SPONSORED BY: Groundwood Books, Teacher Created Materials, Random House, Inc. and School Library Journal
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET/12:00 – 1:00 PM PT

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Are you ready for an adventure? With beautiful illustrations, imaginative journeys, and timeless lessons, a great children’s book captures the hearts and minds of all generations. Whether you’re looking for the perfect book to fit in with the Common Core State Standards or you’re just looking to spice up story time, this free webcast is for you. Join Groundwood Books, Teacher Created Materials, and Random House Inc. as they present the best new upcoming books for kids from Shell Education, Archie Comics, National Geographic for Kids, Blue Apple Books, and Quirk Books.

Presenters:
Sheila Barry- Publisher, Groundwood Books
Susan Copeland- Director of Education, Teacher Created Materials & Shell Education
Kelly Coyle Crivelli- Library Marketing Manager, Random House, Inc.
Charles Gilman- Author, Quirk Books

Moderator:
Betsy Bird- Blogger, “A Fuse #8 Production”, School Library Journal
Youth Materials Specialist – Book Ops, New York Public Library & Brooklyn Public Library

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  1. Please view my website: http://www.PaulaJonesAuthor.com for summary of my two “new” children’s books, “Dalton’s Dream” (Fiction Young Adult Reader) and “Clark the Shark” (2 Years and Up). Both books are beautifully illustrated and are “inspiring” “educational” and “entertaining” and a fun way to learn about “bullying” and “family”. I would appreciate your comments.

    Thank you, Paula Jones, Children’s Author