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The hikers take a break while walking through The BEN in The Forever Forest by Kristin Joy Pratt-Serafini.

You are cordially invited to join our community of nature enthusiasts on Twitter and Facebook. Our community is filled with authors, illustrators, educators, parents and fans of our books who are eager to provide tips and share experiences on connecting children with nature. Become a part of the magic at Dawn Publications by participating in reader surveys, book contests and sharing ways that you use Dawn’s books in the classroom, out-of-doors and at home. We look forward to meeting you.

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Quotes from Our Community

“I have always enjoyed working with Glenn over the years in regards to many book events, conferences and programs that he has assisted us with. Glenn has been a long-time supporter of The Environmental Education Association of Illinois by supporting our events with books, catalogs and resources and therefore we always have your catalogs out at our annual conference. I personally use the books in my “Pages from the Prairie” consulting business in which I offer teacher trainings that incorporate children’s environmental literature into environmental education in the classroom. I have 3 big workshops coming up actually in October and will be likely contacting you for catalogs, etc. for these workshops.”

Sarah Livesay
Immediate-Past President EEAI
Education Consultant, Pages from the Prairie

“As always, I LOVE DAWN BOOKS!
My favorite of this batch was Amy’s Light. I will be using it in the summer for our evening campfire program.

The other books you guys sent a while ago were an asset to have at the Alliance for New Jersey Environmental Education annual conference the last week of January. Some folks were so anxious to get the books that they bought the books out-right from the silent auction. The many books we highlighted in our 4-hour session on working with early learners was a hit, too. Your catalogues went into everyone’s conference bag as well. So, thank you for the great work you do in supporting and promoting children’s literature and the natural world.”

Liz Jackson
Senior Public Information Assistant
NJDEP Division of Fish & Wildlife Pequest Trout Hatchery