Anastasia Suen

Developmental Editor

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Night Creepers

Night Creepers
by Linda Stanek (Author) and‎ Shennen Bersani (Illustrator)

Booktalk: Short, lyrical text makes this a perfect naptime or bedtime story. Young readers are introduced to nocturnal animals and their behaviors. Older readers learn more about each animal through paired-reading sidebar information.

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Bedding down. Shhh . . .
Not a sound.

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It’s STEM Friday! (STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

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Poster Power

Poster Power: Great posters and how to make them
by Teresa Sdralevich (Author)

Booktalk: A poster can be many things: a tool for advertisers, a means of propaganda, or a call to arms. But in order to persuade or provoke, a poster must first inform and engage. This book introduces the key conceptual and graphic elements that make up a great poster. Fun activities encourage young readers to try to marry two concepts to convey a message, to exploit the power of the diagonal, and to consider the importance of typeface. Seminal examples by Alexander Rodchenko, Saul Bass, and Tomi Ungerer give the book depth and context. A timely book that will motivate and inspire young minds.

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Dreams and What They Mean

Dreams and What They Mean: Facts, Trivia, and Quizzes
by Elsie Olson (Author)

Booktalk: Do you remember your dreams? In your lifetime, you’ll have as many as 100,000 dreams! Could they be trying to tell you something? Some people believe dreams can reveal a lot about your personality, your relationships, or even your future. Trying to interpret dreams can be a lot of fun. Explore the world of sleep and dreams with fun quizzes and fascinating facts!

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Nonfiction Monday

It’s Nonfiction Monday!

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