Just the Facts: New Nonfiction for Fall

Presented by: School Library Journal
Event Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

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Back to school means it’s time to revamp your nonfiction collection! Join publishing insiders to find out which must-have titles are hitting the shelves this fall. From classic series that educate and entertain to STEM companions -- and everything in between -- these fun and informational series and titles are sure to inspire your young and middle grade readers. 

All Kinds of Friends: Build a community that promotes awareness and acceptance for kids everywhere! In this new series, young readers will learn more about how to be a good friend to friends with different capabilities and conditions.

A True Book: Why It Matters: Our government is made up of many different pieces, each of which must work together with every other element to create a complex and ever-evolving machine. This is no easy task, and every part of the government is vital in keeping the country going, including you! Each book in this new civics series will detail how a part of the government works, why it matters, how every person is essential to it, and is a key resource in civics education and engagement.

In Why Does My Ice Cream Melt?, your child will learn all about the states of water, including the water cycle. Accomplished author and educator Vicki Cobb teaches your child all about this important aspect of STEM, while still making it fun and entertaining.

...and many more exciting titles!

Panelists

Laura Villano, Director, Business Development & Sales, Jump!

Jarad Waxman, Director of Library Sales, Scholastic

Anna Brill, Sales and Marketing Assistant, Skyhorse Publishing

Moderator

Rebecca Jozwiak, School Library Journal

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