August 14, 2017

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Exciting New Nonfiction Titles for Fall – Part 2

Exciting New Nonfiction Titles for Fall - Part 2

Presented by: Amicus, Purple Toad Publishing, Inc., Scholastic Library Publishing & School Library Journal

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School is back in session and students are flocking to the library in droves. Ensuring that you meet their academic needs while still offering them titles that will keep them turning pages is crucial. What are you doing to bolster your nonfiction collection?

Our webcast on series nonfiction will guarantee that you’ll be prepared, whether your patrons are asking for materials for a social studies report or just looking for cute animals to pore over. Moderated by Della Farrell, assistant editor of SLJ Reviews and editor of Series Made Simple, the webcast will highlight stellar resources from Amicus, Purple Toad, and Scholastic. Here are just a few of the books you’ll hear about:

  • Amicus’s “Aesop’s Fables Remixed”—An inspired series that updates these beloved tales, giving them a modern makeover sure to please a young audience.
  • Purple Toad’s “National Parks”—Introduce kids to Yellowstone, the Everglades, and the Grand Canyon without ever leaving the library.
  • Scholastic’s “If You were a Kid”—Blend of historical facts with a child-friendly perspective, this set is bound to have kids hitting the history books.


Rebecca Glaser – Associate Publisher, Amicus

Cynthia Cope – President, Purple Toad Publishing, Inc.

Allison Henderson – VP & General Manager, Scholastic Library Publishing


Della Farrell, Assistant Editor, SLJ Reviews and Series Made Simple Editor

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