See our Guides page for home learning resources and reading supplements!


Islandport Press provides discounts to libraries, connects teachers and librarians with talented author and illustrator presenters, and offers custom products to engage young readers and promote literacy both indoors and outside. Downloadable links and resources can be found on individual book pages on our website for select children’s titles. For more information about library services, call us at 207-846-3344 or email


We offer a 30% discount to school and community libraries. Plan a community or school-wide reading program using Islandport Press books. To place an order, please call 207-846-3344 or email Shannon Butler ( to set up an librarian account. Then browse our selection of books and place online orders at your convenience.

Guides for Readers and Educators

Take reading further with Islandport Press guides for readers and educators. Many Islandport Press books have guides that will help book clubs, parents, teachers, librarians, or readers add value to their reading experience. Find the complete list here:

Story Walks

Purchase a story walk for indoor or outdoor use and the narratives of our award-winning books become a kinesthetic literacy adventure. Islandport Press story walks have been planted and posted in library gardens, parks, trails, schools, and other public spaces.

Hold This! by Carolyn Cory Scoppettone, At One by Lynn Plourde, Halfway Wild by Laura Freudig, My Cat, Coon Cat by Jeannie Brett, and I Am Birch by Scott Kelley are deconstructed and enlarged into sixteen 11 by 17-inch spreads and printed on heavy card stock. They are ready to mount on posts, display cases, or walls, and arrive with one extra copy of the book. 

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CostUnlaminated: $65.00 + shipping.  Laminated: $150.00 + shipping

To order: Phone 207-846-3344 or email Shannon Butler (

School and Library Visits

Engage young readers with a visit from an author or illustrator. Islandport Press authors and illustrators can provide literacy programming in your school or library. Introduce your students to outside speakers who can talk authentically and passionately about the importance of audience, revision, story structure, research, and the creative process. A visiting author can be an effective way to achieve curriculum outcomes. Please contact us at for more information.