August 16, 2017

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Hot New Titles for Your Middle Grade Readers

Hot New Titles for Your Middle Grade Readers

Presented by: Boyds Mills Press, Penguin Young Readers, Shadow Mountain Publishing, & School Library Journal

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Seeking something to hook your middle grade readers? Look no further than SLJ’s free, one-hour webcast on the latest and greatest titles coming out this fall. Join moderator Marybeth Kozikowski, of the Sachem Public Library in Holbrook, NY, for a sneak peek at intriguing new books from Boyds Mills Press, Penguin Young Readers, and Shadow Mountain Publishing.

You’ll hear about many enthralling offerings that tackle a variety of subjects and formats: Nikki Grimes’s latest, Garvey’s Choice, a novel in verse about a lonely misfit who finds his voice when he joins the school chorus; Ruth Behar’s Lucky Broken Girl, the moving tale of a young Cuban Jewish immigrant girl recovering from a devastating car accident; and Loki Mulholland’s She Stood for Freedom, the biography of a teenager who braved obstacles that included jail time to take part in the civil rights movement.


Rebecca Davis – Senior Editor, WordSong/Boyds Mills Press

Ilise Levine – Sales and Marketing, Shadow Mountain Publishing

Nancy Paulsen – President & Publisher of Nancy Paulsen Books, Penguin Young Readers

Carolyn Yoder – Senior Editor, Calkins Creek/Boyds Mills Press


Marybeth Kozikowski – Librarian at the Sachem Public Library in Holbrook, New York

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  1. Anne Benton says:

    Is there an archive of this webinar. I registered and then was unable to attend.

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