Kate Jerome has written more than 200 children’s books and directed dozens of innovative educational and trade series. Her prolific body of work has influenced millions of children worldwide and has earned numerous awards including Teacher’s Choice, CBC/NSTA Outstanding Science trade book, and more.

 

Who Was Amelia Earhart book is a popular title in the New York Times best-selling Who Was series that offers kid-friendly nonfiction stories about trailblazers, legends, innovators, and creators. Listen to Kate's conversation with the Chasing Earhart team: Episode 12 podcast 

Spark your child’s imagination and guide them toward independent play with the animal kingdom’s answers to this often-asked question. Bonus animal facts, jokes, and over twenty simple activities to keep kids entertained and provide tons of material to fill the day.

Follow Slimer, everyone’s favorite ghost from the classic Ghostbusters movies, as he explores the city and takes little Ghostbusters on an adventure from one to ten. 

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial: E.T.'s First Words takes developmental learning to an entertaining new level in this interactive board book with a retro-fun approach to teaching language.

 

A Read Together/Do Together™ series designed to jump-start conversations between kids and their favorite adults!  The Lucky to Live in... series is the perfect tool to jump-start meaningful conversations between generations. Read-aloud rhymes set up interesting topics. Then write-in prompts invite children to record their own views to create a personal keepsake.
Available in 41 state and region-specific titles.

 

Creative Play Magazine's

2017 Interactive Memory Book of the Year

(Kids write in the book to create a personal keepsake!)

The Wise Animal Handbook offers laugh-out-loud animal kingdom advice for kids of every age! Engaging animal photos entertain while charming read-aloud rhymes help jump-start conversations about practical life solutions.
The experience continues with pull out coloring pages in the back of the book featuring fun facts about special state-specific animals including the honeybee and barred tiger salamander.

"This is one of the better, if not the best, books of this kind. It beautifully touches on the importance of honesty, compassion, responsibility, self-esteem, family, creativity, integrity and how we can embody all that we want and create a happy life. Also, it does so in a simple and fun way..."

                    --Review of WA Handbook Montana

                                                  -- BillingsGazette

                

Help a child discover what makes a particular town or state so great with the Cool Stuff Every Kid Should Know and What's So Great About This State? series. These fun, colorful, easy-to-read books for children ages 7-11 feature attention-grabbing art, inviting conversational style content, and vivid full-color images of landmarks and geography across the country. 

  

Help young readers build confidence and master Life Science content with paired fiction and nonfiction.The nonfiction books spark a curiosity about science, and the fiction books create a passion for reading.

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