What's the Buzz? Nonfiction Books for Common Core

SPONSORED BY: DK Publishing, Teacher Created Materials, Lerner Publishing, ReferencePoint Press and School Library Journal
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET/12:00 - 1:00 PM PT
What are the best nonfiction Common Core books to stock with your shelves with? DK Publishing, Teacher Created Materials, Lerner Publishing and ReferencePoint Press are here to help fill your library's nonfiction section by presenting their upcoming titles that fit perfectly into the new standards. This is a must-see resource for Common Core, featuring forthcoming books, nonfiction trends,  and answers to your questions! 
Jaimie Cona - Children's Marketing Manager, DK Publishing
Susan Copeland - Director of Education, Teacher Created Materials
Terri Lynn Soutor - Vice President, Marketing & Digital Products, Lerner Publishing Group 
Chris Nasso -  Marketing Director, ReferencePoint Press
Jennifer S. Price - Youth Services Librarian Buncombe County Public Libraries
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How are you determining if nonfiction materials meet the needs of Common Core? Are you relying on what publishers/distributors provide in their marketing materials or are you doing research on your own?
Would you find it helpful if books had stickers stating if it supports the Common Core State Standards?
What percentage of your purchases are based on Common Core implementation ?
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