December 14, 2017

The Advocate's Toolbox

New Spring Nonfiction for the Library and Classroom


Presented by: The Creative Company, Mason Crest, Scholastic, & School Library Journal
Event Date & Time: Wednesday, March 15th, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Looking for something new to entice your nonfiction fans? Look no further. Titles that inform, fulfill the needs of classroom teachers, and entertain students are right around the corner.

There’s something here for all of your patrons, whether they’re interested in animal life or transportation, STEM materials or mythical creatures, outdoor sports or history, or even learning how to write poetry. Aimed at a wide range of readers and tackling a variety of fascinating subjects, these series are sure to entice report writers and casual browsers alike.

Moderated by SLJ assistant editor Della Farrell, this free webcast spotlights some fresh new nonfiction series by The Creative Company, Mason Crest, and Scholastic that are sure to recharge your collection.


  • Anna Erickson – VP Sales, The Creative Company
  • Louis Cohen – President, Mason Crest
  • Allison Henderson – VP & General Manager, Scholastic Library Publishing


  • Della Farrell – SLJ Assistant Editor

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  1. Donna Colson says:

    I have participated in 2 webcasts…Behind the Scenes: SLJ in Conversation with Top Children’s Book Editors (Spring 2017) 3/9/2017 and New Nonfiction for the Library, Classroom and Home 3/24/16. I have not received a certificate for either one. I need both but the New Nonfiction one has a deadline for me to get credit of 3/24/17. Who can I contact????????

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