Readers of the website Offbeat Families have included the Aldo Zelnick series on their list of Awesome Literature for Elementary School-Aged Kids. Contributor Jamie wrote, “The Aldo Zelnick Series is awesome and hilarious! Even for adults !”
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A recommended summer reading list for elementary and middle-school kids published in the Green Bay Press Gazette includes Artsy-Fartsy among 50 literary luminaries. Nice!
Creative Child magazine has named Glitch Book of the Year in its preteen holiday category.
Each year, Creative Child holds a 2-day event in Henderson, Nevada, where over a hundred guest reviewers (moms and education professionals) attend a review event at the convention center. All products are divided into categories and displayed at various review stations. Guest reviewers are asked to sit and review each products at one station then move to another station. A review form is provided to each guest to aid them in evaluating each product. The review forms are to include written comments and a score value based on criteria that corresponds to the product’s category.
Finally all review forms are collected, scores tabulated, and comments reviewed. Based on the scores and comments, certain products are determined to be finalists and receive awards.
Look for Glitch to be featured in Creative Child‘s special holiday issue this November!
Attention parents and teachers of 3rd and 4th graders: Bonnie Brae Elementary School in Fairfax, Virginia, has listed Aldo Zelnick alongside the likes of Amelia Bedelia and Kate DiCamillo’s Bink and Gollie as recommended summer reading. Check out all their great selections!
We are thrilled to announce that Korean rights to Artsy-Fartsy, Bogus, and Cahoots have been sold to South Korean publisher Saenggakui Jip by Susan Sewall of IPG. We look forward to posting photos of the Korean editions as soon as we have them in hand, which we’re guessing will be late 2013.