Starred reviews, the best books of 2019, and more inside!
"This is Not a Typical Picture Book:" The Art of Dictionary for a Better World
In the poetic picture book Dictionary for a Better World, authors Irene Latham and Charles Waters explore themes like empathy, acceptance, respect, vulnerability, and more. Discover how illustrator Mehrdokht Amini embraced the challenge of capturing these ideas visually on the page in an interview with Art Director Danielle Carnito . . .
Discover New Books (and Win Prizes!) During Our Spring Preview Webinar
Explore Lerner’s exciting Spring 2020 lineup of series and titles for grades PreK-12. The season is packed with fascinating offerings including an augmented reality series, great graphic novels, new nonfiction, and much, much more!
Headed to the ALA Midwinter or TCEA conference? Stop by our booth at either show to discover new products, enter drawings for prizes, and more. Find us at Booth 1121 at ALA Midwinter (January 24-27) and Booth 923 at the Texas Computer Education Association conference (February 3-7)!
Spring 2020 Catalogs Now Available for Download!
Digital versions of our Spring catalogs are available now, including our School & Library catalog, Diverse Books catalog, and more. Browse or download them below!
"Science is Stronger than Fear:" Interview with Monstrous Author Carlyn Beccia
Monstrous by Carlyn Beccia was named Booklist's Top of the List Youth Nonfiction winner! In a recent interview with Booklist, Beccia discusses her research processes, how she chose which creatures to include in the book, and the science behind what makes us afraid. "By understanding fear," she explains, "we can not only control our own anxieties but also have more empathy toward others." Click below to read the full interview.