Resources for Educators, Librarians, and Parents
We hope you are in good health, and are thinking of you and your students, children, and patrons as we navigate these new conditions.
If you are putting together plans for teaching remotely or homeschooling your children and are looking for resources, visit the pages below for discussion guides, activities, and more available for FREE to download.
Our authors also appreciate you and want to support you. Check out these wonderful resources created by our authors, available here.
If you have any questions or need any recommendations, please do not hesitate to reach out to us on social media or via email at email@example.com.
The Random House Children’s Books School and Library Marketing Team
Resources from Our Authors
Our School & Library team is continually amazed by our authors and their dedication to their student, teacher, and librarian readers. These authors have created additional resources to complement their books that you can use with students and reading groups. Check out their pages for classroom and library ideas and additional information!
A Message About Story Times and Read-Aloud Videos
In these uncertain and unsettling times, many of you are wondering how we can collectively continue to share our books and stories with students and readers everywhere. As a company, we are heartened by the role that books and reading can play to help connect us when we are physically apart. As you may know, our teams at Penguin Random House have been working quickly to enable virtual learning environments and livestreamed story times for educators, librarians, and booksellers, as well as our authors and illustrators. Today, we are pleased to share our plans for the open license we designed as an immediate measure to directly connect our books with students and readers while protecting the long term value of our authors’ and illustrators’ intellectual property. You’ll find all the details here.
Thank you for your shared commitment to storytelling and reading, and to our collective belief in the power of books to connect us—especially during times like these.