About Rosen Publishing and About Rosen Digital

Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. is an independent educational publishing house, established in 1950 to serve the needs of students in grades PreK to 12th grade with high-interest, curriculum-correlated materials. Rosen publishes more than 750 new print and ebooks each year and has a backlist of more than 7,000 titles. Specializing in circulating reference material aimed at school and public libraries, Rosen titles are the gold standard in guidance, social studies, history, science, and mathematics, as well as general high-interest topics for children and young adults.

Rosen Digital launched its first online database in 2007. Teen Health & Wellness: Real Life, Real Answers has garnered stellar reviews from School Library Journal, Library Journal, Booklist, Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA), and Library Media Connection, as well as winning numerous “best educational software” awards. Schools and libraries around the world are part of the Teen Health & Wellness community of users.

The Core Concepts: Periodic Table online database for teens has been created in collaboration with educators across North America by the same extraordinary Rosen team that built Teen Health & Wellness. Directly supporting Next Generation Science Standards and other national science standards; Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics; and state and provincial standards for science, language arts, and mathematics, it offers research, report, and homework help, while providing roadmaps for a deeper understanding of science and the development of 21st century learning skills.

Listen as Sue Polanka, Editor, No Shelf Required, interviews Roger Rosen about Rosen Publishing's transition from print to digital publishing, including online databases and ebooks.