Shelf Essentials for Kids and Teens from American Psychological Association

Presented by: American Psychological Association and School Library Journal
Event Date: Thursday, September 28, 2023


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Presented by Magination Press Editorial Director, Kristine Enderle, and Senior Editor, Katie Ten Hagen, this webinar will highlight essential books for children and teens from the American Psychological Association that focus on a wide range of mental health and wellness topics, including anxiety, divorce, mindfulness, identity, death, depression, and much more.

American Psychological Association works to advance psychology as a science and profession and as a means of promoting health and human welfare. APA publishes books for young readers that aim to make navigating life's challenges a little easier. It's the synthesis of psychological science with informational fiction and browsable nonfiction that makes an APA kids book distinctive.

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American Psychological Association’s award-winning and bestselling titles include the What-To-Do series of guides, Kid Confident books 1-4, The Feel Better Books, Big Brain Book: How It Works and All Its Quirks, Marvelous MarvillosoSomething Happened in Our TownThis Day in JuneThe Hugging TreeJacob’s School PlaySomething Very Sad HappenedYou’ll Find Me, Papa, Daddy, and Riley, and many more.

Through our publishing we share with the world mental health expertise and psychological knowledge.

To learn more about APA Books for Kids and Teens, visit:



Kristine Enderle, Editorial Director, Magination Press

Katie Ten Hagen, Senior Editor, Magination Press

Robyn Lee, Digital Marketing & Social Media Associate, Magination Press


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