Lerner Publishing Group Announces Partnership with Science Buddies®
March 5, 2019
Lerner Publishing Group has partnered with Science Buddies® to create educational and fun series and titles for young readers. The partnership launches in Spring 2019 with the new 30-Minute Makers series, featuring easy and fun science-based activities, and the single title Hack Your Backyard: Discover a World of Outside Fun with Science Buddies®, which focuses on outdoor projects. Each title is designed with detailed step-by-step instructions, illustrative photos, and suggestions for future activities.
“Lerner is committed to creating books foster creativity, problem-solving, and a love of learning,” said Adam Lerner, Publisher and CEO of Lerner Publishing Group. “We are proud to partner with Science Buddies, an organization that excels at encouraging kids to experiment, tinker, and explore the world around them.”
“It is wonderful to find a partner that shares our commitment to delivering student learning in fun and engaging ways,” said Tina Lanese, Vice President of Science Buddies. “We are very pleased to be working with Lerner to bring Science Buddies hands-on activities to a new audience of young readers.”
About the Lerner Publishing Group
Lerner Publishing Group, one of the nation’s largest independent children’s book publishers, is proud to celebrate 60 years of creating high-quality fiction and nonfiction for children and young adults. Founded in 1959, Lerner Publishing Group has fifteen imprints and divisions: Lerner Publications, Millbrook Press™, Carolrhoda Books®, Twenty-First Century Books™, Graphic Universe™, Darby Creek™, Kar-Ben Publishing™, Carolrhoda Lab®, LernerClassroom™, Hungry Tomato®, ediciones Lerner, First Avenue Editions™, Lerner Digital™, Zest Books™, and Lerner Publisher Services™. For more information, visit lernerbooks.com or call 800-328-4929.
About Science Buddies®
Science Buddies is an award-winning non-profit that empowers K-12 students, parents, and teachers to quickly and easily find free project ideas and help in all areas of science from physics to food science and music to microbiology. For more information, visit sciencebuddies.org.