It is that time of the year — in a week we are heading off to NCTE in National Harbor, MD. We hope you will stop by booth #215 to check out our crop of new books, find out about upcoming titles, and meet our authors in person. If you are on Twitter, take a photo of yourself in our booth and Tweet it to @stenhousepub for a chance to win a free book for you and a friend!
We will be offering a 25% conference discount and you can take home one of our lovely Stenhouse tote bags as well! Print this handy guide to see when Stenhouse authors are presenting at the conference and when they will be signing at the booth (see signing schedule below).
See you soon!
Noon: Lee Ann Spillane
1 p.m.: Melissa Stewart
2 p.m.: Anne Goudvis and Stephanie Harvey
9:30 a.m.: Lynne Dorfman and Diane Dougherty
10:30 a.m.: Georgia Heard
Noon: Janet Allen
3 p.m.: Kelly Gallagher
4 p.m.: Jeff Anderson and Deborah Dean
9 a.m.: Jan Burkins and Kim Yaris
10:30 a.m.: Dorothy Barnhouse
November 13th, 2014
Not to get too schmaltzy over here on the Stenhouse blog, but this past weekend we had a lot to be thankful for in our little corner of the publishing world. Stenhouse celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and we used that as an excuse (not that we needed one!) to throw a party during this year’s NCTE conference in Boston.
Here are some snapshots of some of our wonderful authors and Stenhouse staffers. Have a happy Thanksgiving!
Our resident party planner, Chandra (right) is seen with our expert photographer and customer service expert Pam, along with Rose Cappelli, Lynne Dorfman, and Anne Marie Corgill.
Editor Bill Varner (left) is getting cozy with authors Jeff Anderson and Debbie Diller.
Oh look, it’s Bill again! This time with Rose Cappelli.
This looks serious: Debbie Diller (left) with Stenhouse editor Holly Holland.
What a lovely group! From the left: Georgia Heard, Martha Horn, JoAnn Portalupi, and Mary Ellen Giacobbe.
Holly Holland (left) with another one of our Stenhouse customer service mavens, Lise.
Kelly Gallagher and Erik Palmer
Kent Johnson, CEO of Highlights, along with math editor Toby Gordon and some very delicious shrimp.
All smiles: Lee Ann Spillane, Cris Tovani, and Chandra.
Authors Mary Shorey and Penny Silvers with Holly Holland.
One of the newest members of our staff, editor Maureen Barbieri (right) with Monica Edinger.
Stenhouse president Dan Tobin chats up new authors Diana Neebe and Jennifer Roberts, along with Holly Holland.
Stenhouse editorial director Philippa Stratton with Franki Sibberson.
Author Ruth Ayres with Stenhouse marketing manager Rebecca Eaton.
Authors Stacey Shubitz and Ralph Fletcher
And that’s me, Zsofi (left), with Chris Downey, our fabulous editorial manager.
November 26th, 2013
Only a week to go until this year’s NCTE conference in Boston. Stenhouse is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and we are excited to see all of you close to our home turf in New England! Stop by booth #1410 to meet our authors, receive 25% off all of our titles, and sign up to win a $1,500 professional development library.
Below is our schedule for book signings and you can also download a PDF of our authors presenting at NCTE.
Friday, November 22
12:30 p.m.: Mary Shorey and Penny Silvers (Many Texts, Many Voices)
1:30 p.m.: Steph Harvey and Anne Goudvis (Strategies That Work)
2 p.m.: Georgia Heard (A Place for Wonder)
3 p.m.: Debbie Diller (Math Work Stations)
5:30 p.m.: Ralph Fletcher (Pyrotechnics on the Page)
Saturday, November 23
9:30 a.m.: Ruth Shagoury and Brenda Power (Living the Questions)
11 a.m.: Katie Keier (Catching Readers Before They Fall)
12:30 p.m.: Lynne Dorfman and Rose Cappelli (Poetry Mentor Texts)
2 p.m.: Kimberly Hill Campbell (Beyond the Five-Paragraph Essay)
3 p.m.: Cris Tovani (So What Do They Really Know?)
Sunday, November 24
10 a.m.: Jeff Anderson (10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know)
November 14th, 2013
We always love to travel to conferences because we get to see you, our readers, and we get to see our authors. We all enjoy putting faces to names after corresponding by e-mail for months during the book production process. So here are a few pictures from our booth and from a little party where we all got to mingle authors, staff, and future authors.
Stenhouse editor Bill Varner with Liz Hale
Cris Tovani (left) chats with a fan at the Stenhouse booth
Jeff Anderson (back) and Terry Thompson with the newest member of the Stenhouse team, Jill Cooley
Jeff Anderson signs his new book at the booth
Kelly Gallagher and Gail Boushey have some fun at the party
The Sisters have a serious discussion with Ruth Ayres (back right) and Stacey Shubitz.
November 22nd, 2011
We are really excited to be heading to Chicago this weekend for NCTE 2011! We hope to see you again this year at booth #303. Browse our books, meet our authors, and take advantage of our 20% show discount. Bring this coupon with you to receive a free poster. Scroll down for a full signing schedule. For a schedule of Stenhouse authors presenting at NCTE, visit our website.
Signing at the Stenhouse booth (#303):
Tim Gillespie (Doing Literary Criticism) — 12:30-1:30
Elizabeth Hale (Crafting Writers) — 12:30-1:30
Jane Baskwill (Books as Bridges, Getting Dads on Board) — 1:30-2:30
Gail Boushey & Joan Moser, “The Sisters” (The Daily 5, The CAFE Book) — 2:30-4:00
Lynne Dorfman & Rose Cappelli (Mentor Texts, Writing with Mentors) — 4:00-5:00
Mark Overmeyer (What Student Writing Teaches Us) — 4:00-5:00
Kate Messner (Real Revision) — 10:30-11:30
Katie Keier (Catching Readers Before They Fall) — 11:00-12:00
Jeff Anderson (10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know, Mechanically Inclined) — 11:30-12:30
Kelly Gallagher (Write Like This, Readicide) — 12:30-1:30
Cris Tovani (So What Do They Really Know?, Do I Really Have to Teach Reading?) — 2:00-3:00
Ruth Ayres & Stacey Shubitz (Day by Day) — 3:00-4:00
Patrick Allen (Conferring, Put Thinking to the Test) — 3:00-4:00
Janet Allen (More Tools for Teaching Content Literacy, Inside Words) — 10:00-11:00
Terry Thompson (Adventures in Graphica) — 10:00-11:00
November 15th, 2011
We just have a couple of days to unpack and repack our bags during this month of conferences. We just returned from Lousiville, KY, and this year’s AMLE conference — in time to fly to Chicago and NCTE later this week. Here are a few photos from our booth at AMLE and stay tuned for more information on our author signings and whereabouts at NCTE. See you in the Windy City!
Erik Palmer, author of Well Spoken, chats with a fan
Herb Broda (left), author of Moving the Classroom Outdoors, and Rick Wormeli, author of Metaphors & Analogies, shared a signing table
Stenhouse editor Philippa Stratton (left) and author Janet Allen chat at the Stenhouse booth
November 14th, 2011
We hope to see you in sunny Orlando at this year’s NCTE conference this weekend. Stop by booth 717-723 to browse our latest books and meet our authors. Our booth will be buzzing with new and well-known authors all weekend:
Friday, November 19
2:30-3:00 p.m.: Ruth Ayres and Stacey Shubitz, authors of Day by Day
3:00-3:30 p.m.: Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis, authors of Strategies That Work
4:00-4:30 p.m.: Gail Boushey and Joan Moser, The Sisters, authors of The CAFE Book
Saturday, November 20
10:30-11:00 a.m.: Charles Fuhrken, author of What Every Elementary Teacher Needs to Know About Reading Tests
10:30-11:00 a.m.: Mark Overmeyer, author of What Student Writing Teaches Us
12:30-1:00 p.m.: Kelly Gallagher, author of Readicide
12:30-1:00 p.m.: Jeff Anderson, author of Everyday Editing
1:00-1:30 p.m.: Ranu Bhattacharyya, author of The Castle in the Classroom
1:00-1:30 p.m.: Ralph Fletcher, author of Pyrotechnics on the Page
1:30-2:00 p.m.: Debbie Diller, author of Spaces & Places
Register at our booth to receive this very, very cool poster with quotes from our authors about “Why We Read”:
See you in Orlando!
November 16th, 2010