August was a busy month for all of us and many of our publishers showed they were hard at work by adding new titles to our digital warehouse. New Novel Study guides, classroom decor, fictional offerings, topical studies and more. Check out these new additions!
Bellwether Media – 86 new titles
Bellwether Media has added several new series such as Explorers, Dog Breeds, Brands We Know, Children’s Storytellers, Cats, Extreme Sports and more. Check out these wonderful resources that will help your students learn about topics that interest them.
Shell Education – 20 new titles
Shell Education added titles to their Great Works Study guide series, with new titles filled with lesson plans geared toward students in grades Kindergarten through Seniors in High School
Charlesbridge – 17 new titles
Charlesbridge has added new fiction titles in a variety of topics, geared toward students grades PreK – 5. Titles that will be sure to get students reading and creating that desire to read more.
Arbordale – 14 new titles
Arbordale Publishing has added their own selection of fictional titles geared toward elementary age students. Titles to inspire creativity and draw out their imagination. (available in English and Spanish editions)
Gallopade International – 6 new titles
Gallopade has added six new titles to their Common Core Lessons and Activities series. Included with the titles above are two more titles on Personal Finance & Elections. With America revving up for the 2016 Election season, this resource will be a great tool to help students learn about this process.
Gihon River Press – 1 new title
Gihon River Press added one new title, the Holocaust Reference Guide. This guide, a six page, tri-folded reference guide packed with information to help both teachers and students of the Holocaust in discovering: Important vocabulary including 33 difficult terms and their meanings and more.
Educational Impressions – 1 new title
Educational Impressions added a new title, Logic Mysteries for Young Readers. Students in grades 2 through 4 read about situations, consider a list of clues, make inferences and use a matrix grid to eliminate possibilities and arrive at conclusions.