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It’s time for NCTE in St. Louis!

The National Council of Teachers of English Conference is November 16-19! #NCTE17

Stop by the Random House Children’s Books Booth #626 to browse our new books from spring and summer 2018, pick up a variety of free classroom resources and advance reader’s copies, and meet our authors!

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The Losers Club Trivia Kickball Game!

What could be more fun than a trivia game? A Losers Club trivia kickball game! Kickball is a central activity in Andrew Clements’ book, and you can re-create the fun with your own students. Through an exciting game of kickball, teams take turns answering fun trivia questions about The Losers Club, as well as other favorites from the book list inside!

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Otherworld By Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller

Gaming has become all too real, and all too dangerous.

For fans of the hit HBO TV show Westworld and readers of Ready Player One, James Dashner, and Veronica Roth, Otherworld is the first book in New York Times bestselling authors Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller’s new, deeply disturbing, YA sci-fi thriller series.

Author Spotlight

New York Times bestselling author NIC STONE was born and raised in a suburb of Atlanta, GA. After graduating from Spelman College, she worked extensively in teen mentoring. Growing up with a wide range of cultures, religions, and backgrounds, Stone brings those diverse voices and stories to her work. Stone lived in Israel for a few years before returning to the US to pen her first novel, Dear Martin.