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Step Up for Diversity in Children's Literature

How many kids do you know who wish they were Harry Potter? Or Katniss from The Hunger Games? Or Harold from Harold and the Purple Crayon? Now try to think of an African American protagonist with the same level of popularity. Or an Asian American. Latinx. Until recently, it wasn't so easy.


Meet the Author: Laura Perdew

Have you ever wondered who writes our books? Find out in our Meet the Author blog series!

Check out an Editor Spotlight interview at Kidlit411!

Have you visited kidlit411.com yet? It's a fabulous collection of interviews and other resources for writers, readers, and anyone interested in kid lit!

Watch a Cool Book Trailer for Explore Makerspace!

Check out a book trailer for Explore Makerspace! With 25 Great Projects!

History Books for Kids—But Whose History?

It’s an interesting time to be publishing history books for the educational market. One of our forthcoming books is about the Oregon Trail. Intrepid settlers braving the wilds of uncharted territory in hopes of forging a new, better life out west—middle grade books about westward expansion have all the ingredients for a sweeping, epic experience!

Happy New Year! What's Your Resolution?

January 3 isn’t too late to make some New Year’s resolutions, is it? 

How can we help with the hard job of teaching kids?

We want to know what we can do to better help teachers, librarians, and parents! 

Connecting Kids with Books They'll Love

Everyone is a different kind of reader. What kind of readers are you and your kids?

 

Join the Nomad Press Book Squad and Enter to Win Free Books!

The Book Squad is here again! We invite you to join the Nomad Press Book Squad by filling out a short survey about our ideas for a new series of educational books for children ages 5 to 8. 

A Guide to Get Kids to Read

It’s a question that comes up every year for parents, teachers, and librarians. How do we get kids to read independently? How do we get them to choose to read?

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