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Get Ready for the Super Bowl with the Lerner Sports Database

For sports fans, part of the thrill of watching the National Football League (NFL) playoffs is trying to guess what’s going to happen next. View →

 

The Art of Dictionary for a Better World

Every book has its own mix of creators bringing their voice to the process, making the project the best it can be. With Dictionary for a Better World, we had an amazing team. View →

 

Try Augmented Reality with Lerner AR and Space in Action

We're kicking off the New Year (and new decade) with some really snazzy tech! Officially announcing our brand new augmented reality app Lerner AR and companion print book series Space in Action! View →

 

Introducing Lerner’s Spring 2020 Diverse Books Catalog

In the 60 years that Lerner Publishing Group has been creating children’s books, inclusion and diversity have been important considerations for our company. Our latest blog post introduces a new resource we've created to help readers find what they want, need, and love to read. View →

 

Happy Book Birthday: New Series and Nonfiction Books!

Check out January new releases from Lerner Publishing Group! View →

 

Librarian Prep List for March: Purim and St. Patrick’s Day

This list will get you geared up for March! We've got a robust group of Purim titles and a few books about St. Patrick's Day, including one in Spanish. View →

 

2019’s Best and Brightest: Top Titles from Lerner

Check out this year's Lerner titles that have garnered the most stars and awards! View →

 

New Titles from Darby Creek

These Darby Creek books are full of action and suspense, with dashes of humor and emotional depth to further engage reluctant readers. View →

 

14 Books You May Have Missed from Lerner Publisher Services Partners

Here’s a roundup of some delightful titles that we don’t want you to miss! View →

 

Librarians We Love: Craig Dunlap

This installment of Librarians We Love started out with a very interesting question: How can children who are just learning to read choose a book they will want to read? View →

 

A Chat with Sometimes You Barf Author Nancy Carlson

Everybody barfs. Dogs, cats, chickens, alligators, and even you. It happens to everyone, and sometimes it even happens . . . at school. In Sometimes You Barf, Nancy Carlson helps young readers through what is often a scary and embarrassing rite of passage. Sometimes you barf. But it’s OK. You get better! View →

 

Get ready for Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day with our Librarian Prep List!

Our Librarian Prep List for Black History Month came out in November, so this month, let’s focus on Valentine’s Day (February 14, 2020) and Presidents’ Day (February 17, 2020). View →

 

Ella McQueen, Kickball Queen: Q&A with Beth Mills

Editorial Director Carol Hinz lets us all take a peek at how Beth Mills' Ella McQueen, Kickball Queen came to be. View →

 

Podcast Interview with Beth Mills

Today on The Lerner Podcast we talk to Beth Mills, creator of Ella McKeen, Kickball Queen. View →

 

“Who Needs A Story Like This?” An Editor’s Take on Fugly by Claire Waller

Editorial Director Amy Fitzgerald shares how she realized she needed this story...and suspected that many teen readers did too. View →

 

Librarians We Love: Tamara Cox

Tamara Cox is a high school librarian at Wren High School in South Carolina. She was nominated to be a Librarian We Love through our web form. We're very excited to share some details about her advocacy! View →

 

It’s Raining STEM!

New STEM books for Spring 2020 include Space in Action: Augmented Reality, Discover Your Senses, Sports Coding Concepts, Celebrating Failure, and Cutting-Edge STEM series! View →

 

Editor’s Notes on Topside

Let the art do the talking. That’s usually sound advice for a graphic novel creator—embrace the visual nature of the form. View →

 

Intern - Marketing

Assist Marketing team with various projects while gaining hands-on experience in the publishing industry. View →

 

Intern - Digital & Editorial

Assist Digital and Editorial teams with various projects while gaining hands-on experience in the publishing industry. View →

 

Intern - Design

Assist Creative department with various aspects of book design and production, while gaining hands-on experience, skills, and knowledge of the publishing process. View →

 

Cicely Lewis, Kao Kalia Yang, Melanie Gillman, and NoNieqa Ramos on #ReadWoke, #OwnVoices and Diversifying Library Collections

In mid-October, Lerner and SLJ hosted an enlightening #ReadWoke webinar with librarian, SLJ columnist, and #ReadWoke founder Cicely Lewis and three #OwnVoices authors, Kao Kalia Yang, Melanie Gillman, and NoNieqa Ramos. In this post, they answer more questions about #ReadWoke, #OwnVoices, and diversifying library collections. View →

 

Podcast List from You Do You: Figuring Out Your Body, Dating, and Sexuality and Websites from Body 2.0 The Engineering Revolution in Medicine

We published two very different nonfiction titles earlier this month. They both feature the human body, but that's about where the similarities end! View →

 

Librarian Prep List for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Black History Month

Book ideas for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 20, 2020, and Black History Month in February. View →