I'm just curious to see how many teachers we have visiting these boards. I'm one, and I have a suggestion for any others who are looking for a new way to market their books. I followed the advice of a colleague and created a novel study unit for my young adult fantasy, Eon's Door. It took a lot of time and effort, but it's given me a marketing angle that I otherwise wouldn't have had--an angle that most writers won't have. I posted the unit as a free download from my website; if educators (my unit targets teachers of grade 7 to 9 Language Arts/English classes) are looking for a book to read and study with their students, most of the work has been done for them. All they have to do is read my book (the Kindle is only $2.99) and, if they like it, order a class set of paperbacks (soon to be available). I've also talked to teachers in my own board who are willing to give my book a try with their classes in the fall. I've only been at it for a few weeks, but this approach seems to be helping get my book noticed. If you've written a book suitable for inclusion for school-age kids, a study unit or lesson activities related to your book might be a good investment.