Scholastic has announced an agreement with Albert Whitman & Company to offer a selection of their books on Storia, the eReading app for kids. A collection of books from Albert Whitman & Company will be available on Storia beginning next spring.
Available for free download on PC, iPad, or Android tablets (with more platforms to come later this fall), the Storia eReading app, is specially designed to captivate kids while helping them become better readers. Storia offers more than 2,000 titles for kids from toddlers through teens with more content being added weekly.
Among the Albert Whitman & Company titles to be offered on Storia are When I Feel Angry (written by Cornelia Maude Spelman, illustrated by Kathy Parkinson), Lulu and the Duck in the Park (written by Hilary McKay, illustrated by Priscilla Lamont), A Kiss Means I Love You (written by Kathryn Madeline Allen, photographs by Eric Futran), and Miss Fox’s Class Goes Green (written by Eileen Spinelli, illustrated by Anne Kennedy).
Scholastic is currently working with several other top publishers to offer front- and backlist titles on Storia. For more information about Scholastic, visit the media room.