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Beautiful Living Books for Summer Learning

I stumbled upon these beautifully illustrated and charmingly told books by Gladys Conklin at a library book sale. Gladys was a librarian who founded the Hayward Library Bug Club in the 60’s in response to the interest of local children and driven by her passion as a naturalist. 609 more words


Merchandise Wagging The Book At BookExpo

New or recently new exhibitors at BookExpo America, the book publishing tradeshow in New York City this week, are using plush, handbags, and other items to differentiate their books in the competitive children’s and YA aisles. 633 more words

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Sasquatch in the Classroom

Students Review Alaska’s Snow White
By Cassady Coulter
First published on Sasquatch Books
May 27, 2015 | Category: Children’s Books

Visitors to Mr. Coulter’s first-grade classroom are greeted by an unconventional sight. 182 more words

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Dreamworks Animation takes on "The Adventures of Beekle"

After scoring a hit with this year’s Home, Dreamworks Animation has nabbed Jason Reitman to both write and direct an adaptation of The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend… 168 more words


Antler A Updates

We’ve been heads down over here in the Antler A camp and have news to show for ourselves! If you’ve been following along, you already know I had a little luck in Grand Rapids last weekend. 168 more words


Wonder: Humorous children's book about acceptance, kindness

Author Sarah Lynn Scheerger talks about the book Wonder in this week’s Friday reads. Scheerger is the author of The Opposite of Love (hardcover 2014; paperback Fall 2015), and… 575 more words

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Brain Hive in the Classroom: Readers' Theater

For many of us, public speaking ranks rather high on the list of “worst things ever.” In my experience, students don’t much like formal public speaking requirements, either. 308 more words