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Two Lions and Amazon Crossing Kids has relaxed company guidelines for online readings of books published through the two companies. This included readings for educational and non-commercial purposes. For permission, educators, librarians, and booksellers can email, prior to the reading, with your name, school/library/store, city, state, and the title, author, and illustrator of the book you would like to read online, along with a description of the planned reading activity (e.g. audience, time, etc). to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational resources for fiction, non-fiction, STEM books, graphic novels and more! The Children's Book Council has compiled links to various publisher's websites where you can find free resources to support educators, librarians, booksellers, parents, and caregivers.
E-books from Capstone’s PebbleGo and Capstone Interactive are currently available for free! They have also created a resource list with free additional resources for children and parents, including crafting activities, home science experiments, reading activities, and more.
Lightbox, Follett School Solutions' pre-K–12 e-book platform, is currently free to all schools.
Check out HarperCollins' social media where they share daily story times, learning materials, and activities. Depending on your age group there are different social media channels available. Including HarperKids on Instagram for little readers, the YouTube channel Shelf Stuff for middle-grade readers, and the Epic Reads Twitter feed for teens. Also follow HarperStacks on Twitter, for resources for educators, parents, and caregivers.
HMH Books for Young Readers has free activity guides, coloring pages, and videos by authors and illustrators The HMH Books for Young Readers Resource Library contains free downloads and content, all of which are part of HMH’s #HomewithHMH campaign. HMH has also relaxed audio and video guidelines for fair use streaming by educators and librarians.