Series Made Simple

We are proud and excited to present the Spring 2019 issue of SMS, which covers themes ranging from animals to history to sports. With a discerning eye, our selected reviewers have examined these series for the quality of information presented, the overall design, and if there are any notable uses for the books in libraries and/or classrooms.

Thank you for your continued interest in SLJ and Series Made Simple (SMS). We are proud and excited to present the Spring 2019 issue of SMS, which covers themes ranging from animals to history to sports. With a discerning eye, our selected reviewers have examined these series for the quality of information presented, the overall design, and if there are any notable uses for the books in libraries and/or classrooms. It can certainly be daunting to narrow down a handful of choices from the massive volume of available nonfiction series; SMS aims to provide helpful insight into selecting materials for your respective collections and acquisitions purposes.

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