We are delighted to announce our latest HiLo book release - The Museum of Oddities by Susan Thompson. Tami is back! And she’s involved in another mystery. A professional temporary employee, Tami lands a job guarding a quirky collection in the Museum of Oddities. Soon,...
“These are timeless narratives shared by mankind almost everywhere. We all know them already in some form, whether it be through spoken tales, movies, or even dreams. This makes a good starting place for class discussion and exploring the book as literature.”
Charles Coe uses his poetic gifts to create moments of beauty in Spin Cycles, his gritty Gemma HiLo story of life on the streets of Boston.
Readers everywhere love mysteries and emerging adult readers are no exception. Now literacy learners can taste the page-turning pleasure of a juicy HiLo detective story with Susan Thompson’s whodunnit, The Two-Wheeled Detective.
In a series of profiles, we explore the astonishing range of influences our authors have drawn on when writing their books for us. First up: Laurie Foos draws on magical realism in The Giant Baby, a fantastic story that will challenge and engage emerging readers.
Over 15 years of publishing in the literacy space, we’ve been astonished and absolutely thrilled by the creative responses of our authors when faced with the challenge of writing for grown-ups who are learning to read. Time and again, our writers have proved that there are many ways to approach this audience and produce engaging, entertaining books which successfully introduce emerging adult readers to the joy — and power — of reading. But how do our authors approach the task of writing for this special readership?
Hot off the Presses: Newcomers. Gemma’s latest offering from author Greta Gorsuch.
Strengthen learning with Greta Gorsuch’s latest HiLo book in audio form–read by the author herself.