Flowerpot Press Talks STEM with School Library Journal
It’s no secret that STEM plays a significant role in the world of education, and it’s easy to recognize why. Our understanding and advancements in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics have helped to shape the world we live in, and we use this knowledge frequently in our day-to-day lives.
We sat down with School Library Journal to discuss what Flowerpot Press is doing to help inspire the next generation of scientists by publishing fun and engaging STEM titles for children of all ages. In the article, SLJ highlights some of our key STEM series from the Whose Is It series for preschool-aged children to the How Do titles for readers ages 7-12.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
“Flowerpot Press started in 2005 as a collaboration between brother and sister Patrick and Anne Hayes. Despite the company’s rapid growth, it remains very much a family business today. Flowerpot’s focus has always been on publishing brightly illustrated books for very young readers. The company’s catalog emphasizes early learning concepts and STEM/STEAM titles that encourage children to ask questions, wonder, and build hypotheses about the world around them.”
You can read the full article in School Library Journal’s October issue and you can learn more about our STEM titles on our website.