New Fall Nonfiction for Every Reader

Students are heading back to school – is your nonfiction collection ready? From early readers to young adults, this webcast highlights exciting new titles that are sure to please. Join moderator Steven Engelfried along with Amicus, Mason Press and Scholastic as they discuss the newest must-reads! View On Demand
Presented by: Amicus, Mason Crest, Scholastic & School Library Journal Event Date & Time: Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PT Students are heading back to school – is your nonfiction collection ready? From early readers to young adults, this webcast highlights exciting new titles that are sure to please your nonfiction fans. Whether they favor light-hearted topics or heavy contemporary issues, students are guaranteed to be entertained and enlightened by these fresh nonfiction series. Join moderator Steven Engelfried along with Amicus, Mason Press and Scholastic as they discuss the newest must-reads!

Panelists

  • Rebecca Glaser - Associate Publisher, Amicus Publishing
  • Michelle Luke - Marketing Director, Mason Crest
  • Jarad Waxman - Director of Sales & Marketing, Scholastic Library Publishing

Moderator

  • Steven Engelfried - Library Services Manager, City of Wilsonville
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