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Getting books into schools can mean A+ sales for publishers. Just look at the “report cards” from two members:
— Harvey House Publishing, which recently won a Catholic Press Association award for its Olivia’s Gift, sequel to the similarly honored Olivia and the Little Way, has gotten both books into Catholic school and religious education curricula in schools and parishes in the United States and abroad. In the United States alone today, there are more than 2 million students in Catholic schools.
— Scarletta Press author Pendred (Penny) Noyce is introducing her Lost in Lexicon: An Adventure in Words and Numbers through Lexicon Village Events. Working with schools, libraries, and after-school clubs, Noyce comes on-site to set up nine stations (villages), each representing such word or number problems from her book as combining Greek and Latin word roots, measuring pi or the length of a child’s stride, and doing mazes in a mirror.
Noyce got started by offering the events to schools in her area as fundraisers. Today she also builds her audience through her public speaking on math and science education and promotion in her blog and on her Web site. Host…IBPA Members – Click here to view the full article (login required).
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