Kirkus Reviews comments on “A Voice for Kanzas” by Debra McArthur

Tweet “Authenticity supported by her previous juvenile nonfiction works, McArthur has created a believable and fast-paced tale of life in the Kansas Territory.” – Kirkus Reviews (February 15, 2012) Author: Debra McArthur Ages: 11 and up 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 384 pgs (H) $15.99 Kansas Territory in 1855 is a difficult place to settle, particularly for a 13-year-old poet …

Conspiracy 365 featured on Publisher’s Weekly cover

Tweet Once again EDC Publishing is featured on the cover of Publisher’s Weekly with the page turning, suspense driven adventure series for YA readers, Conspiracy 365 from Kane/Miller Books! Don’t have yours yet? Order online at www.FindTheDuck.com.  Book 13 in the series, Revenge, is coming spring 2012! See the article here: http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/print/20111114.html  

This is the Tree featured on ChoiceLiteracy.com

Tweet Start school with rhythm. While This Is the Tree provides interesting facts about the African Baobab tree and engenders further curiosity about the African Savannah, its poetic structures lend themselves to frames for student writing. Read the review and more on how to use this book as a writing lesson tool at: http://www.choiceliteracy.com/public/1624.cfm  

Boom Bah! – Publishers Weekly review

Tweet It really is quite wonderful to work for a publishing company that consistently produces books that receive such positive industry reviews. Publisher’s Weekly Boom Bah! Phil Cummings, illus. by Nina Rycroft. EDC/Kane Miller, $15.99 (32p) ISBN 978-1-935279-22-8 “Ting!” a kitchen mouse discovers that striking a teacup with a spoon makes the most marvelous sound. Soon, a bevy of farm …

Publisher’s Weekly reviews “Passing By” – city life from a preschooler’s perspective

Tweet — Publishers Weekly, 1/25/2010 Picture Books Passing By Yona Tepper, trans. by Deborah Guthman, illus. by Gil-Ly Alon Curiel. EDC/Kane Miller, $15.99 (40p) ISBN 978-1-935279-36-5 Tepper’s account of a preschooler’s day reflects the watching and waiting that can make up much of the daily life of a small child. Yael waits on her second-story balcony looking at the street …