Spring Nonfiction Preview

Presented by: Albatros Media, Scholastic Library Publishing, Speedy Publishing, and School Library Journal
Event Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024 | 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT


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Join us for our Spring Nonfiction Preview! From beautifully illustrated educational titles, to intriguing biographies, to thought-provoking reads covering the important social issues of our time, there's something for nearly every young nonfiction fan in this webcast. Don't miss this insider's first look into a slew of new titles that are sure to keep even your most reluctant readers entertained and engaged this spring!

Featured Titles:


Written by a passionate planetary scientist dedicated to popularizing science, this comprehensive guide introduces young readers to the cosmos. From the enigmatic origins of our universe to the vast realms of stars, constellations, and planetary exploration, this guide serves as a gateway to the wonders of space by delving into the captivating stories of celestial bodies, interplanetary missions, and the quest to understand our universe.


Green Homes (A True Book: A Green Future)

Small changes over the years—from smarter light bulbs to energy-efficient appliances—have made our homes more environmentally friendly. In recent years we have learned how to make alternative energies and Earth-friendly building methods and materials a reality. Today we understand how to build green homes—dwellings that have zero negative impact on the environment. Green Homes will show you how.

About the series A Green Future: What would a green future look like? Will trains and airplanes be powered by the sun? Will we have homes that have zero impact on the environment? The most pressing challenge facing us today is how to ensure a healthy Earth for ourselves and future generations. This STEM-based set of True Books introduces students to the engineering innovations that can help us reach those goals. Interesting information is presented in a fun, friendly way—and in the simplest terms possible—and will inspire kids to start envisioning and enacting a more sustainable future.

I'm Energized! What is Energy? Forms of Energy and how it is Related to Work | Grade 6-8 Physical Science

Embark on a journey with I'm Energized! This book for grades 6-8 students covers the topic of energy and its various forms. Students and educators will uncover the different forms of energy powering our world, from the basics of potential and kinetic energy to exploring mechanical, thermal, and nuclear energies. Ideal for enriching science curriculums, this resource teaches students about the interconnectedness of energy, work, and the universe. Add this to your collection for a spark of inspiration and understanding for your students.



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Joana Costa Knufinke, Editor in Chief, Scholastic Library Publishing

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