The Real Deal: Editors David and Abby Preview Fall Titles

9 Aug

It’s back-to-school season, all right.  The squeak-squeak songs of new sneakers in the crowded hallways, the tap-tap dance of new lunchboxes on young knees, and the grind-grind of sharpened pencils wafts from the classrooms-school’s back (or will be soon!), and we’re looking forward to sharing in the enthusiasm of a new year.

We’re bursting at the seams here at Book Clubs, especially our editors, who think that this is the BEST year yet for children’s books in Clubs.  But with so many options, we know it can be hard to find the books that are just right for your child (or student). Will they be age appropriate?  Will they hold your child’s interest? Will they be the right reading level?  And this is where we love to help.  Our editors have worked tirelessly to hand-select the best new books of the year that will not only keep them interested, but will boost their reading levels and success in school.

Make sure you check out this video featuring two of our resident experts/all-stars/children’s book gurus, Editors David and Abby, to learn a little more about some of their favorite September titles.  In David’s words, “We’ve spared no effort to provide you with the very,very finest books that can be found on planet Earth in  Scholastic Book Clubs.”

Do you agree? Open up your Book Clubs September flyers (in print or online) and just bask in the wonder, the joy, and the genius of children’s books.  We have found an awesome selection of just-right books for kids across America, and we hope you think so too!

2 Responses to “The Real Deal: Editors David and Abby Preview Fall Titles”

  1. Nancy Osterkamp August 10, 2010 at 11:12 am #

    Yay, Abby and David! You make me excited about getting the September flier out…I want all the new books! Max Spaniel sounds fun, we always need good books to grab the interest of beginning boy readers. I want to read the Hunger Games myself! Are all 3 offered?

  2. Leslee Finch September 6, 2010 at 4:21 pm #

    I really liked the fall preview video. I plan on showing my students the part from the middle school-Arrow and TAB and then passing out the order forms. I think to see and hear what they can order in the 5th grade will energize their drive to read the new books or start any of the series and buy the next book for future reading. This is the year they graduate to the next level of reading which includes the series mentioned.
    Thank you for the video. Keep them coming.
    Leslee Finch

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