By: Annie Suhy, Collection Development Analyst.

Second only to the confetti-and-champagne filled celebrations of the New Year, the first day of school is a day ripe with good intentions and fresh perspectives. As educators, you set resolutions for the new school year: inspire students to read more, organize the classroom, integrate technology, keep parents informed, find creative ways to learn. But even before you take that first step out of your flip flops and back into class, rack up some bonus points by saving up to 50% off on digital materials that can help you accomplish your New School Year resolutions.

With over 25,000 educational eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming videos on sale now, we have what you need to reach your littlest learners up to the more advanced scholars. Looking for popular reading? How about the classics? Find them here along with art books, science & tech, sports bios, language learning videos, professional development, Read-Alongs, graphic novels, reference and research, history, literature, math, and much more.

To help you find what you need, we’ve created helpful subject categories you can browse, including juvenile, young adult, curricular and titles for English Language Learners.

Looking for recommendations?

Try these top picks from our Staff Teacher Librarians:

Popular Reading
Cinder: The Lunar Chronicles, Book 1 by Marissa Meyer (Audiobook)
The Haters by Jesse Andrews
This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman (Audiobook)

Curricular titles
Latino American Civil Rights from Mason Crest
Saving the Endangered Green Sea Turtle from Britannica
Good Fortune: My Journey to Gold Mountain from Peachtree
The ABCs of How We Learn: 26 Scientifically Proven Approaches, How They Work, and When to Use Them (Professional Development from W.W. Norton)

Don’t miss these publisher highlights

Dreamscape: Grab classics on audiobook including Pride & Prejudice and A Tale of Two Cities to help students build vocabulary and literacy skills.
Green Planet Films: Environmentalism is a crucial topic for today’s students and streaming videos like award-winning Vanishing of the Bees can be both insightful and entertaining.
John Wiley: Includes a variety of professional development for educators as well as many smart picks in the popular “For Dummies” series such as Algebra I for Dummies and Chemistry for Dummies—good general guides that can provide a “back to basics” approach to tough topics.

Still need help? Contact your Collection Development Specialist for recommendations based on your school’s individual needs.

Happy Shopping & Happy New (School) Year!