Our Book Ambassadors provide particular expertise to the organization and our members on new and upcoming titles, connections with authors and publishers, and build special learning opportunities throughout the year. Our Book Ambassadors are available for consulting, speaking, and provide support to schools developing text collections.
JoEllen and Julia’s love for books has been described as “infectiously joyful.”
Watch them at our 20th Anniversary Gathering with their workshop on must have titles K-12.
Like an advice column,
for people with a mile high to-be-read pile.
“Ask the Book Ambassadors” collects questions from book loving educators. They then choose some to answer on our Blog, at our “Gathering” conference, and on TheEdCollab social media. Submit your questions and they may answer yours!
Ask the Book Ambassadors
Submit questions for future posts and videos from our Book Ambassadors.
Looking for more direct help? Contact us to arrange their consulting support for curating book collections, swapping out core curricula text, and supporting your culture of reading.
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