June 22, 2018

The Advocate's Toolbox

New Spring Nonfiction for the Library and Classroom

Event Date & Time: Thursday, February 22nd, 2018, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

Seeking new titles to excite your nonfiction fans? Look out—they’re right around the corner! Books that inform the mind, inspire the soul and meet educational standards are heading your way this spring.

There’s enough to satisfy all your patrons, from the very youngest library users to high school students. Aimed at a wide range of readers and tackling diverse topics, these sets are sure to enrich your collection and provide high-quality and high-interest material to your readership. Taking on everything from the animal kingdom to current issues to STEM, these series are must-have additions. Join us for a peek at some fresh new nonfiction that’s sure to recharge any collection!


  • Quinn Arnold – Editor, The Creative Company
  • Kristen Pozzuoli – Associate Marketing Manager, Children’s DK
  • Jarad Waxman – Director of Sales and Marketing, Scholastic Library Publishing


  • Bob Hassett – Head Librarian, Luther Jackson Middle School

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  1. Ginny Crowder says:

    Is this webinar available on tape delay? I have class at 2PM. If so, details please.

    • Rebecca Jozwiak says:

      Yes, you can access the on demand version now. If you already registered, you can use the link from your confirmation email.

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