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Observed annually from September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to appreciate and celebrate colorful cultures, rich histories, and diversity. This book list will help!
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Give students a head start on new topics and encourage a lifelong love of learning with fall releases from World Book. With new print titles about sharks, civil rights, animation, technology, diverse cultures, and more, you’re sure to find something for everyone.
These illustrated stories engage and entertain beginning readers. The fully decodable text features high-frequency words and words with different sounds combined with selected consonant letters. Learning resources, bonus features, and downloadable teacher notes are available.
This middle grade novel in verse is based on World War II and the little-known history of POW camps in the United States. Told in alternating first-person poems by two young people on opposite sides of the war, it’s a heartfelt story that explores connection, trauma, and hope.
A bounty of new books will keep students reading this fall. Whether The Light She Feels Inside inspires them to follow their own glow or How This Book Got Red helps them feel courageous, the list of fall releases from Sourcebooks includes something for everyone.
Equal parts heartbreaking and hopeful, Tiger Daughter is an award-winning novel about finding your voice amidst the pressures of growing up in an immigrant home. Told from the perspective of a young Chinese girl, this is a great book for classroom discussion.
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Learning about social justice at a young age prepares children to be informed and compassionate citizens of the world. These social activism titles from our premier publishing partners can help connect your students with stories about making positive change in the world.
If you’re looking for engaging nonfiction or beautifully redesigned classics, Union Square & Co. has you covered. Be sure to check out Rare Birds, a heartfelt coming-of-age story about a tween’s search for meaning and healing.
Whether it’s a community walk to participate in the democratic process or using your voice in a society that seeks to silence it, these powerful stories will inspire hope, encourage participation, and empower young people to stand up for justice and reinforce our humanity.
Knowing how to manage money is an essential life skill. Understanding Finances, the latest title in the Data in Your World series, helps readers build financial literacy skills and understand economics using data. This nonfiction book is perfect for middle grade students.
From electronic sports to elite athlete comparisons, these exciting titles from Lerner Sports capture the excitement of competitions played out on the screen and on the field. Action photos and high-energy text satisfy fans eager to read about their favorite stars and teams.
Environmental activism that brings new hope to an island, an entrepreneurial south Asian girl who finds inspiration in her heritage, and an epic fight for survival by two courageous children are just a few of the stories from Sourcebooks students will love this spring.
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Many students ask for scary, spooky, and even horror-filled stories in October. These recently published fiction and nonfiction titles will surely entertain them and keep them up late at night – first, reading and then listening for strange noises down the hall. Prepare to be scared!
October is National Arts and Humanities Month, a time to reflect on the importance of art and explore the diverse cultures around us. To celebrate, Follett librarians have selected recently published Grades PreK-12 titles that cover music, literature, movies, theatre, painting, and more.
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