Professional Children's Book Reviews by Teachers.

Professional Children's Book Reviews by Teachers.

Book Reviews by Teachers and Students for Teachers and Children. Get a free children's book review when you offer a free digital version to schools. All books offered free to the public are always give first priority and never charged a review fee for book reviews. Teachers and publishers advertise your book on reading sage with a banner and get a quality book review by a working classroom teacher.

Reading Sage Children’s Book Reviews!

Help a child, teacher, and the sales of your book.

Receive a professional, review of your published children’s book from a working classroom teacher. Help get your book into the hands of real teachers and children. 100% OF YOUR FEE IS PAID DIRECTLY TO THE CLASSROOM TEACHERS! Your Review is Published on Reading Sage for six months! You can choose all or part of your review that is published on Reading Sage, pictures, excerpts, press release/media information, and links to sales and marketing information is also included. Use your review to enhance your marketing and book sales e.g. book signings, conferences, and direct links to Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Get your book noticed with a Teacher Review on Reading Sage!

Review Fees 
$100 Illustrated Childrens books 
$200.00 young adult/adolescence literature - Standard Turnaround (5-6 weeks)

$200 Illustrated Childrens books
$300.00 young adult/adolescence literature - Quick Turnaround (2-3 weeks)

No reviews are accepted during winter or summer break. 
Price and fees do not include 32 books for the students and classroom teacher

FREE REVIEWS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR ALL AUTHORS THAT OFFER THEIR BOOKS FREE TO THE PUBLIC! Free Kindle versions of their Books, iPad, Android, PDF. or free books for libraries.

Reading Sage would like to provide reviews, news, and articles on the best children's books, ebooks, illustrations, and educational materials! Reading Sage is a growing literacy blog with over 34.000 readers per month.

Authors, illustrators, and publishers please share your latest press release, original articles, and news with Reading Sage readers!

Please submit a Press Release With:

Headline — used to grab the attention of readers and briefly summarize the news.
Dateline — contains the release date.
Photos — photos for web publishing with the review, article, or blog.
Introduction — first paragraph in a press release, that generally gives basic answers to the questions of who, what, when, where and why.
Body — further explanation, sales targets/statistics, background, or other details relevant to the news.
Boilerplate — generally a short "about" section, providing independent background on the author illustrator or publishing company, organization, or individual.
Media contact information — name, phone number, email address, mailing address, website, blog, or other contact information for the PR or other media relations contact person.

Submission will be reviewed for quality, educational value, age appropriateness, and relevance.

All published article are open for comments and ratings from readers.

Please contact Reading Sage for more information

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