December 30, 2009

Enslow's December Raffle ends tomorrow! Win $100 worth of Enslow Books!

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Holidays- Count and Celebrate!

Multicultural Review Magazine reviews Enslow's Holidays-Count and Celebrate! series in their Fall 2009 issue.

"This new six-book series for preschool and kindergarten teaches young students about the major holidays of the world through numbers. The easy-to-comprehend text and the color photos and illustrations in each volume will enchant readers and expand their knowledge and skills."

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Happy New Year everyone from Enslow Publishers!

December 29, 2009

Great review of "Who on Earth is Jane Goodall?"

Nana Herron gave a 5/5 star rating review for Enslow's "Who on Earth is Jane Goodall? Champion of the Chimpanzees". To see the full review, please go to Mini Book Bytes.

The following is an excerpt from the review:

The Bottom Line: With the reinforced library binding, this book will hold up nicely in both school and public libraries. It's great to see a series featuring so many women scientists. Highly recommended as an excellent biography for kids ages 11 - 16.

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December 28, 2009

Karen Cioffi reviews "Early American Poetry"

Karen Cioffi wrote a great review for Early American Poetry- "Beauty in Words" on the blog "Virtual Book Tours: Writers on the Move". Here is an excerpt from Karen's review:
Early American Poetry “Beauty in Words” explores poetry in America from colonial days to the end of the nineteenth century. It is a wonderful stepping stone for children to journey into the world of verse. Illustrations and pictures of the authors lend an air of informality to the book while the poems, facts, information, and descriptions enlighten the child to poets such as Anne Bradstreet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickenson, and Walt Whitman, to name a few.
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Nana Herron's review of "Astonishing Ancient World Scientists"

Nana Herron wrote an awesome review of Enslow's "Astonishing Ancient World Scientists" on her blog, Mini Book Bytes
An excerpt from her review:
"The Bottom Line: Astonishing Ancient World Scientists: Eight Great Brains by Amy Graham fills a niche by providing biographical information for subjects that might not receive a full treatment. The book’s reinforced binding will hold up nicely in both school and public libraries. This collective biography is highly recommended for kids in middle school and early high school."

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December 23, 2009

World War I- Enslow books and interview! has a great Interview with last American WWI Veteran.
He is 108 years old!

Catch up on Enslow's books about WWI:

"World War I- The War to End Wars"

"World War I- A Book"

Master the Scientific Method with Fun Life Science Projects Reviewed By Wendy Thomas Of Book Reviewer Wendy Thomas gives an awesome review of Ann Benbow and Colin Mably's "Master the Scientific Method with Fun Life Science Projects"

"Master the Scientific Method with Fun Life Science Projects
is one of the clearest tools I’ve seen that teaches and explains to children exactly how to methodically move from query to investigative conclusion using the scientific method.....

Master the Scientific Method with Fun Life Science Projects takes what can be a complicated subject for young children to understand and presents it in such an informative and precise manner that anyone would be able to follow and understand the scientific principals."

To read her full review, please click here

December 18, 2009

Happy Holidays!

The holiday season is upon us, and with Hanukkah almost ending, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Years is just around the corner!

Celebrate with Enslow's holiday books. You can learn about each holiday and we even have crafts you can make for each one.

Click here for a list of all of Enslow's Holiday Books

December 09, 2009

Enter Enslow's December Raffle to Win $100 Worth of Enslow Books!

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December 04, 2009

"The Lucky Baseball: My Story in a Japanese-American Internment Camp" Reviewed by Amy Lignor

Amy Lignor of writes:
"I’ve read many powerful stories regarding this time period, but I have to say that this read really hit home. ‘Watching’ this whole horrible event play out through the eyes of a child gave me a whole new perspective on Pearl Harbor and the treatment of Japanese Americans by the United States. Harry was an innocent; he was not the enemy. A great deal of Japanese American citizens were most definitely not the enemy of America."

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December 01, 2009

"Easy Earth-Friendly Crafts in Five Steps" awarded Children's Choices for 2009 Award

We are very excited to announce that our Enslow Elementary book, Easy Earth-Friendly Crafts in Five Steps, has been awarded
the Children's Choices for 2009 Award!

"Each year 12,500 school children from different regions of the United States read newly published children's and young adults' trade books and vote for the ones they like best. These Children's Choices, selected from more than 500 titles, can be counted on as books children really enjoy reading. This list, a project of a joint committee supported by IRA and The Children's Book Council (CBC), is designed for use not only by teachers, librarians, administrators, and booksellers, but also by parents, grandparents, caregivers, and everyone who wishes to encourage young people to read for pleasure."

"Enslow Publishers is delighted to accept the Children’s Choices award for 2009. This award is especially significant to our staff because the end readers choose the books themselves – the children. We are especially excited to have won this award two years in a row. Big Cats by Elaine Landau won in 2008. We promise to continue publishing quality materials both children and librarians enjoy reading," says Mark Enslow.

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