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John Green, Roald Dahl, Holly Goldberg Sloan, and so many, many more are coming to your classroom! OverDrive is thrilled to announce that Penguin eBooks are now available for purchase for U.S. schools. Under a one copy/one user lending model for a one year term, thousands of incredibly popular, award winning titles are in Marketplace, just waiting to be discovered by students in your school.

Imagine the possibilities, lesson plans, activities, and group discussions that can revolve around titles like The Fault in Our Stars, James and the Giant Peach, Counting by 7s, and more. Stock up as your students return from Spring Break and be ready for summer reading programs, because it’s going to be hot with Penguin content.

School libraries can shop the Penguin eBook catalog now on the Marketplace homepage. You can also search for the content in Advanced Search under Publisher Account: Penguin Group (USA).

Check out the lists by clicking on the links below. Also, we created a cart of the “Top 100” bestselling Penguin titles in your Marketplace carts. The list is named “Penguin Juvenile/YA.”

The OverDrive Collection Development Specialists are available to help create recommended lists of the Penguin catalog. Please email collectionteam@overdrive.com for more information. We’re always here to help.

Happy Shopping!

 

Suggested lists:

Penguin Hot Titles JUV/YA FIC

Penguin Hot Titles JUV/YA NONFIC

All Penguin JUV FIC

All Penguin YA FIC

 

Kate Seivertson is a Collection Development Specialist at OverDrive.

3 Responses to “Penguin eBooks for your classroom!”

  1. Alison Hewett

    Is there any news regarding whether Penguin ebooks and audioibooks are going to be available in the near future for international partners? Similarly Macmillan and Simon & Schuster.

    • Heather Tunstall

      Hi Alison,
      Thank you for your note. We are continuously striving to work with publishers to expand geographic availability. We will certainly communicate through our blog and other means as new titles and publishers become available. At this time, the Penguin titles for schools are only available in the United States.

  2. Jean Grima

    Great news for the US but shame the UK not included. I have a queue for The Fault in Our Stars paper copy and would love to have it as an eBook. Enjoy!