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Happy 10th birthday, BookFlix!

Guest Blogger October 2nd, 2017

BookFlix, a digital literacy resource for students in grades Pre-K–3, is turning 10 this year, and for all those who agree that one day just isn’t long enough to celebrate...

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From page to screen: Aimee Friedman talks about the "Sea Change" movie adaptation

Guest Blogger September 25th, 2017

Sea Change was released into the world in 2009, and now, television viewers can watch it on Lifetime! Below, the New York Times bestselling author of ...

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Say goodbye to the guilt: dealing with the visibility factor in family engagement

Guest Blogger September 20th, 2017

Most of us seem to measure family engagement by the amount of time families spend at the school, and celebrate only the visible acts of family engagement

Reading the world around me: A “My Bookprint” Post

Guest Blogger September 19th, 2017

We're thrilled to introduce our Corporate Communications and Trade Publicity fall intern. Meet Ashley Spruill!

Aimee Friedman and Liz Sczudlo discuss the "Sea Change" movie adaptation

Guest Blogger September 15th, 2017

Sea Change was released into the world in 2009, and now, television viewers can watch it on Lifetime!

Super 5: Back-to-school power moves to start the year strong

Guest Blogger September 7th, 2017

This is a great time to get a clear sense of how to support learning at home throughout the year.

ICMYI: Discover Back to School Favorites with the Book Boys!

Guest Blogger September 7th, 2017

Welcome back to school!

The Book Boys were back in action today on Facebook Live, where they shared their favorite picks from the September flyers. In case you...

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Shall we dance? How to be a good partner in the classroom

Guest Blogger August 31st, 2017

In the classroom, as on the dance floor, great partners are essential.

8 family listens for a novel Labor Day weekend

Guest Blogger August 30th, 2017

Long weekends are rare, precious things. Whether you’re the type of person who counts down to them with big Xs on calendars, or the type who lets them roll in by surprise...

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