ALA 2024 Annual Conference & Exhibition

ALA Annual | San Diego, CA | June 27 - July 2, 2024

Make the Most of Your ALA Annual Conference Experience

We can’t wait to see you at ALA!

Visit the Random House Children’s Books booth (1616) to discover free resources, explore upcoming releases, and receive book recommendations.

Download the full RHCB signing schedule so you don’t miss out on meeting your favorite authors and illustrators!

Not attending ALA? No problem!

We’ll miss you, but don’t worry—we’ve got you covered!

Scroll down to download an assortment of our latest digital resources. Check out our New and Noteworthy Discussion and Educators’ Guides page for even more free educators’ guides, catalogs, activity sheets, and other assets for teachers and librarians.

Summer/Fall 2024 Middle Grade & Young Adult Digital ARCs

Be the first to read upcoming middle grade and young adult titles publishing in Summer and Fall 2024!

A Graphic Novel Book Club Guide

Interested in starting a graphic novel book club at your library but not sure where to start? This guide includes general tips for getting started plus title specific discussion questions to help make your first book club meeting a success!

A Chapter Book for Every Reader

Build your reader’s confidence, chapter by chapter.

We are excited to share a brochure with some of our most popular chapter book series as well as new series we are sure readers will enjoy.

Summer of Scares

From creepy thrills to up-all-night chills…

Scary Stories are not only fun to read, they also show young readers that it’s okay to be afraid and help them face their fears in a safe setting. They can also help readers experience courage, learn about different cultures, and increase empathy.

Books in Spanish | Libros en español

The United States is home to the second-largest population of Spanish speakers in the world. Build out your collection with books in Spanish that are perfect for young readers!

Support and Read Banned and Challenged Books

Random House Children’s Books is committed to those who stand against censorship, and we continue to publish books that celebrate the freedom of expression. We are proud to support our authors’ right to write and our readers’ right to read.

Visit our Support and Read Banned and Challenged Books page for information, resources, and organizations that can help your school, library, or community advocate for their fundamental right to read.

Before They Were G.O.A.T.s They Were Kids!

Check out these great sports stories for future Olympians!

Random House Teachers and Librarians