About Rosen Publishing and Rosen Digital
Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. is an independent educational publishing house, established in 1950 to serve the needs of students in pre-K to 12th grade with high-interest, curriculum-correlated materials. Rosen publishes more than 750 new print, eBooks, and Interactive eBooks each year and has a backlist of more than 7,000 titles. Specializing in reference material for 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.
Early on, Rosen recognized an urgent need for self-help material written specifically for teens. Rosen’s flagship book on venereal disease, the first of its kind for teens, met with acclaim and approval, and marked the beginning of a publishing program for the school and public library communities. Rosen Publishing gained a strong reputation for its sensitive treatment of difficult subjects; accurate, age-appropriate information; and reassuring tone.
Rosen Digital, a division of Rosen Publishing, continues the legacy of providing trusted and award-winning content with eBooks, Interactive eBooks, apps, games, and databases. Our resources are tablet and smartphone compatible for 1:1 initiatives, blended learning, digital citizenship, STEM, and real life literacy.
Teen Health & Wellness, Rosen Digital’s flagship database, was created to address the information needs of today’s students and the school and public library communities. It has garnered stellar reviews as well as numerous best educational software awards. Schools and libraries around the world are part of the Teen Health & Wellness community of users.
Listen as Sue Polanka, Editor, No Shelf Required, interviews Roger Rosen about Rosen Publishing’s transition from print to digital, including databases and eBooks.