Penguin Releases Ebook Collection Through Follett

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Follett Announces Ebook Partnership with Penguin Group (USA)
Agreement is part of Follett’s continuing effort to expand access to popular digital titles

Follett announced it has launched a collection of nearly 17,000 ebook titles for Pre-K–12 students from Penguin Group (USA).  Penguin is the fifth major book publisher to partner with Follett in the past six months, joining Random House, Hachette, Simon & Schuster and Macmillan.

The Penguin collection is available now through Titlewave, Follett’s collection development, search and ordering tool that provides access to more than 270,000 ebook titles to Pre-K–12 schools nationwide.

“This partnership allows Follett to continue its mission of supporting student learning by providing access to the best content and materials, whether print or digital,” said Tom Schenck, President and COO, Follett School Solutions. “Penguin’s publishing lists include hundreds of the world’s most widely read authors, which is why we are pleased to be able to offer this collection to our customers.”

Tim McCall, Penguin’s Vice President of Online Sales and Marketing, said, “Penguin is looking forward to making our catalog of ebooks available to Follett and to its school library customers.” Penguin Group (USA) LLC, a Penguin Random House company, is a leading U.S. adult and children’s trade book publisher.

Among Penguin’s popular Pre-K–12 titles available through Follett include, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, The Westing Game by Ellen Rasking, James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, and The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.

With books increasingly moving to digital formats, Follett has been at the forefront of the transition with tools and solutions that help customers access and integrate the new forms of content within schools. Follett Shelf is the virtual bookshelf most used by schools to access ebooks, while Follett Enlight provides students with a consistent and easy-to-use ebook reading environment on their desktops, tablets and smartphones, and allows users to add notes and highlights and then view them anywhere they have access to their Follett Shelf account.

Today, more than 29 million students and educators in 42,000 schools worldwide use ebooks provided by Follett.

To learn more about Follett’s Pre-K–12 business, visit www.follettlearning.com.

About Follett’s Pre-K–12 Business

Follett is the largest provider of educational materials and technology solutions to Pre-K–12 libraries, classrooms, learning centers and school districts in the United States, and a major supplier to educational institutions worldwide. Follett distributes books, reference materials, digital resources, ebooks and audiovisual materials, as well as pre-owned textbooks. Follett also is one of the leading providers of integrated educational technology for the management of physical and digital assets, the tracking, storing and analyzing of academic data, and digital learning environment tools for the classroom focusing on student achievement.

About Follett Corporation

Since 1873, Follett has served as the trusted partner in education for students and educators at all levels of learning. Today Follett delivers physical and digital learning materials, retail services, school content and management systems to more than 70,000 early childhood, primary and secondary schools, and on more than 1,000 college campuses. Headquartered in River Grove, Illinois, Follett is a $2.7 billion privately held company.

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