Ooh, Ooh, YouTube Channels for Book Trailers!

July 19, 2010 at 4:00 pm Leave a comment

YouTube-CandlewickPress: Candlewick Press’s Channel; http://www.youtube.com/user/CandlewickPress; accessed July 19, 2010.

I discovered this channel completely by accident.  Candlewick included the book trailer for Kate DiCamillo & Alison McGhee’s book Bink and Gollie in a Facebook post.  I just had to see that.

And what did I discover?  A treasure trove of trailers, including Interrupting Chicken by David Ezra Stein.  And guess what else?  Other children’s book publishers have YouTube channels, too. Whoa, what librarian wouldn’t want to use these trailers to generate interest in new books?  And, cool, you can subscribe to their YouTube channels.  Woohoo, all those resources from one place!

By the way, I’m going to have to read these two books soon.  Really, really soon.  I’m a sucker for advertising, I guess! 😉

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