Cleveland, OH -- May 22, 2018/ Educators moderating difficult classroom conversations rely on titles from Greenhaven Publishing. The issues-oriented content, aimed at middle grades and up, features discussion friendly, diverse texts on tough topics like immigration, free speech, race and climate change is now available through OverDrive.
Greenhaven joins four publishers that partnered OverDrive in 2017. Rosen Publishing, Gareth Stevens, Cavendish Square and Enslow Publishing serve grades Pre-K -12 with high interest, curriculum-correlated materials. Together, these 5 publishers provide an essential entry to social justice issues, science and health, technological innovation, civics, and American history.
OverDrive is dedicated to providing material with unique perspectives that provide learners in K-12 and beyond access to a multiplicity of viewpoints in a wide variety of subjects. Predominantly non-fiction, these new titles meet state and national curriculum standards and cover important tough topics that demand attention in the classroom.
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