2023 Review Roundup

The year 2023 has garnered some great reviews for our high-interest series. Check out our highlight reel below!

Bolt Jr.

El mundo de tiburones

"A solid addition to larger science collections, especially in elementary school libraries." —School Library Journal

Mighty Military

"An engaging first-look at our military." —Booklist

"Very young readers interested in the military will find these titles suitable introductions, and purchase should be considered where there is a demand." —School Library Journal

Space Explorer 

"A visually appealing series that suits primary science units and elementary libraries." —School Library Journal

Vehículos de emergencia

"Overall, this book [Ambulancias] is very descriptive with action-packed photography, making it perfect for children wanting to learn more about ambulances or are doing a project on ambulances." —Children’s Literature

"Overall, this book [Grúas] is quite descriptive and features action-packed photography, making it perfect for children wanting to learn more about tow trucks or doing a project about them." —Children’s Literature

Wild Wheels

"With high-interest subject matter and excellent infographics, this series is a recommended purchase for elementary collections." —School Library Journal

World of Sharks 

"Covering the ever-popular topic of sharks, this series could be used by both beginning readers and slightly older students needing hi-lo materials." —Booklist

"Dynamic, toothy photos make frequent appearances and...simple but descriptive text reveals facts about this apex predator..." —Booklist review of Great White Sharks


Birds of Prey

"A solid series that will attract kids and support them as they read." —Booklist

Curious Creatures

"An interesting and informative peek into the lives of some of Earth's unusual inhabitants." —Booklist

"Excellent profiles for browsers and report writers." —School Library Journal

Dangerous Bugs

"An attention-getting, informative series." —Booklist

Federal Protectors

"A brief, appreciative, visually dynamic introduction to America’s Secret Service." —Booklist

"Solid introductions to these important s­ecurity providers." —School Library Journal


Hi Jinx

Paranormal Field Guides

"Occasional factoids inject the guide with some truths." —Booklist

Rebel Girls

"Rebel Girl books belong in school libraries and on the bookshelves in girls' bedrooms wherever that bedroom may be." —Children's Literature

Posted 12/1/23

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