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New School Year, New Books

So much new! New school year, new classes, new friends, new books! If you follow us on social media, you may have noticed that we've been announcing a lot of title drops lately. That's because…

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New Publisher: Capstone Press

Just in time for the new school year, we're excited to announce the newest addition to the Tales2go family; Capstone Press. Our new friends come bearing hundreds of titles covering nonfiction,…

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New Podcast: DorkTales!

We're excited to welcome the DorkTales Story Time Podcast to the Tales2go family! 

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Pull Up a Chair: New Stories!

Let's give a big, warm (virtual) welcome to Red Chair Press, the newest member of the Tales2go family! The first batch of books is already live in the library, so you can get into them right away.…

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The Power of Yet

Yes, you read that right. Yet is a humble, three-letter cousin to yes that can make a big difference. This one little word is going to help you and your students achieve your goals this school…

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3 Roads to Resilience

Recent research has been showing us the importance of being resilient. More than just a coping mechanism, resilience is a skill that sets students up for success. Adaptable students are better…

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Get Listening with Lerner!

This month, we're extending a warm welcome to Lerner Publishing - the newest addition to the Tales2go family. There's something for everyone in this latest batch of titles - from science to…

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Coming in Like A Wrecking Ball

Yes! The 14th installment of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid stories is coming! Check your Tales2go app or browser player on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 to listen as part of your existing subscription. 

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Spring Refresh!

Pollen counts are rising and so is the title count in the Tales2go library. We've been uploading new titles as fast as we can! No matter the ages and stages of your students, and across all…

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Women's History Month 2019

Since 1987, we celebrate Women's History Month in March. Each year, the celebration feels especially important, given the social climate. This year is no exception. On the heels of 2018, which many

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