HarperCollins Children's Books Outlines Online Reading Policy

HarperCollins Children's answers questions for librarians, teachers, authors, and booksellers wanting to read its books online.

HarperCollins Children's Books joins the growing list of publishers temporarily changing policy on reading books aloud online. The publisher released guidelines for authors, teachers, librarians, and booksellers.

Read: Publishers Adapt Policies to Help Educators

See the HarperCollin Children's FAQ sheet below.


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