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TeachingBooks is Hiring!

TeachingBooks.net is hiring a library director to manage and grow our digital collection of resources about children’s and young adult books. https://teachingbooks.net/DirectorofContent If you know someone who would thrive in this Madison-based position, details are at: Director of Children’s and Young Adult Online Content & Collections Qualifications for this leadership position include: Experience in and passion […]

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What is your favorite emoji?

Each month the TeachingBooks.net team is going to answer a “get-to-know-you” question, so you can learn more about us, and because we’d love to get to know more about you — please feel free to share your answer in the comments section!  Val:      Annette:    Adam:   Sarah: Jeanette:     Carin:  Nick: What […]

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We’re Hiring!

TeachingBooks.net Employment Opportunities TeachingBooks is a great company to work for if you’re looking to be part of a dedicated and smart, small team of people who are helping K-12 educators, students and their families across the U.S., and around the world. We are currently accepting applications for the following two positions. Please take a look and pass […]

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What is your favorite word?

Each month the TeachingBooks.net team is going to answer a “get-to-know-you” question, so you can learn more about us, and because we’d love to get to know more about you — please feel free to share your answer in the comments section! Sarah: Threshold — I’m drawn in by both the literal and figurative meanings of […]

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What is something you are really into right now?

Each month the TeachingBooks.net team is going to answer a “get-to-know-you” question, so you can learn more about us, and because we’d love to get to know more about you — please feel free to share your answer in the comments section!  Carin: I’ve been really into making art about and reflecting my love for the stories and […]

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What is the last photo you took?

Each month the TeachingBooks.net team is going to answer a “get-to-know-you” question, so you can learn more about us, and because we’d love to get to know more about you — please feel free to share your answer in the comments section!    Adam:   I took this photo of a glove as a tribute to a […]

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TeachingBooks.net Author Name Pronunciation Guide Reaches 2,000 Audio Clips

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Authors and Illustrators Reveal the Origins and Pronunciations of Their Names MADISON, Wis. (July 16, 2015) – Ever wondered how to pronounce a favorite author’s name? Since 2007, almost half-a-million readers have visited www.TeachingBooks.net/Hello to hear authors and illustrators say their names and recount brief stories about them. On July 16, 2015, the […]

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Share Your Book Trailers with 30,000 Schools!

TeachingBooks.net is a collaborative literacy tool that enhances student engagement with literature by providing supplemental multimedia resources. Share your book trailers on TeachingBooks.net to ignite educator and student interest in your books! How To Submit Book Trailers for Consideration Video file format options: .mp4 (preferred) .mov .m4v .MPEG-2 .WMV File size: Less than or equal […]

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Literacy posters from award-winning illustrator Marie-Louise Gay

Generously shared with TeachingBooks.net As a gift to our customers, every year we share some images of non-book art from a wonderful illustrator. This year, Marie-Louise Gay kindly provided the following examples of posters she has created to promote book festivals and other literary events. Please enjoy. Image courtesy of Marie-Louise Gay, 2012 Image courtesy of […]

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