Exciting resources to enrich and deepen the connection to the books and authors your students read.
- September: Literary Connections for Every Occasion!
- June: Custom Reading Lists for Summer and the Power of Creative Writing
- May: Summer Reading, Celebrating Individuality, and More
- April: Poetry resources and award-winning authors
- March: Timely Topics and Literacy Resources For Every Occasion
- February: Book Awards Galore!
- November: Celebrate Picture Book Month!
- October: The Gifts of Connection, Experience, Information, and more
- September: Celebrating Back-to-School, Ashley Bryan, the Joy of Reading and more
- August: Single Sign-On Access, Author Memories, STEAM, and Fairy Tales
- June: The Importance of Hope, American Indian Youth Literature Award Selections, Acts of Kindness, and more
- May: Summer Reading, Drawing Comics, Black History, and more!
- April: Free Reading Programs, Library Week, Poetry Month, and more!
- March: Book Connections We Love
- February: DEI Collection Audits, Remembering Ashley Bryan, Black History Month, Math/Literacy Connections, and more!
- January: ALA Book Awards Watch Party, Author Inspiration, and more!
- December: Connections to ELA Reading Programs, 2021 In Memoriam, Writing Biographies for Students, and more
- November: Celebrating 22 Years with Author Insights and Favorite Book Resources
- October: TeachingBooks & OverDrive, Graphic Novels, Pandemic-related Books, and more!
- September: Courage, Funny Bones, Author Fan Face-offs, and Book Connections for All
- August: Games, interviews, SEL, giveaways and other book connections
- June: Pride, Juneteenth, Imagination, Hangry, and Concentration
- May: Summer Reading Resources and Fabulous Booklists, Celebrating AAPI Authors, and more
- April: Timely connections to Asian American Literature, Poetry, Adventure, and Literacy Tools
- March: TeachingBooks Integrations, Spotlight on Authors, and Writing Prompts
- February: Book Awards Galore, Raúl the Third, Politics and Civil Unrest, New from Jennifer Holm, Cultural Representation in Literature, and more.
- January: Everyone's Voice Counts, Best of the Best of 2020, A.S. King, Sophie Blackall, Writing and Teaching
- December: Celebratory Pivots of 2020, Writing/Teaching, Literacy/Environmental Stewardship, Identity/Acceptances, Heritages/Commonalities
- November: New Chrome Extension, Class Act, Celebrating Native American Heritage Month, and more
- October: New Introductory Video, For Teachers By Teachers, Writers vs. Readers, and more
- September: Hands-free Book Browsing, Raul Colon, #OwnVoices, Rafael Lopez, and more
- August: Africana Book Awards, Mindfulness, Activism, Mental Health, and Other Book Connections
- June: New Collection Analysis Tool, Choices and Self Discovery, Pride Month & TGNC, and Snapdragon
- May: New sharing tools, discussing race with students, support of your reading programs, Candace Fleming's new biography, Meg Medina, and more
- April: Home Access, New Books, Celebrating Math, and Tomie dePaola
- March: Women's History Month and a NEW Collection Analysis Tool
- February: Book Award Bonanza, Author Interviews, Classic Stories Reimagined, and More
- January: New Training Tools, Awesome Podcast, Amazing Booklist, Great Interviews, and more
The inside scoop for maximizing TeachingBooks use—with helpful hints, new features, and strategies for encouraging others to implement and enjoy.
- April: Training Opportunities for New (and Returning) Staff
- February: What's New? Lessons and Team Members!
- January: Security Assurances, Access Points, and Support Opportunities
- October: Setup Webinar & Supporting Writing Skills
- September: Games, Graphic Novels, & Training
- August: Access Updates and Training Options
- May: Training Opportunities for Summer and Fall
- April: Educator Appreciation Week
- March: Be The First To Know...
- January: Introducing Two-Minute Takeaways
- November: Enhance Google Searches With Our New Chrome Extension
- October: Create Booklists & Analyze Collections
- September: Access for Everyone in Your Community
- August: Teaching & Learning: Online, In Person, or Both
- May: Timely Support and More
- February: Have You Met? New Shelf Talkers are Available!
- January: New TeachingBooks Overview Video