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Clifford The Big Red Dog Outlives His Creator, But Not Our Imaginations

photo credit By Brian Feinblum, Chief Marketing Officer   Norman Bridwell, creator of lovable children’s book series Clifford the Big Red Dog, died at the age of 86 early this year. Dozens of his books have been published since the first one … Continue reading

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7 Life Lessons I Learned From Children’s Books

By Dee Donavanik, Publicity Director There has been lots of discussion about why YA books are gaining popularity among adult audiences, especially as several blockbuster adaptations are hitting the theaters. We’ve accepted that YA books have mass appeal and are not … Continue reading

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Revamping Reading Rainbow for the Digital Age

photo credit By Nicole Martineau, Associate Publicist   If you grew up in the ‘80s or ‘90s, you’ve probably heard the exciting news that Reading Rainbow could be making a triumphant comeback, all thanks to LeVar Burton’s Kickstarter campaign. The … Continue reading

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Celebrate Children’s Book Day with 7 Beloved Quotes From Children’s Literature

photo credit Today, April 2nd, marks Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday, which has been recognized as International Children’s Book Day since 1967. The day is celebrated in countries across the globe with the aim to foster a love of reading in … Continue reading

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15 Fascinating Facts About Your Favorite Children’s Books

By Johanna Dickson, Digital Publicist When my mom was a child her favorite books were those of The Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. As an adult, she took a Children’s Literature course that required the students … Continue reading

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