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Fable Learning’s enhanced e-books inspire reading

thinkstockphotos-600401662With a collection of award-winning e-books, Fable Learning’s digital content is specially designed to engage Pre-K–8 students in learning and discovery. Educators rely on Fable Learning for enhanced support to inspire reading and meet learning objectives in the classroom, in the library, and at home.

Curated by educators for educators, the Fable Learning Collection offers over 600 handpicked fiction and nonfiction titles for emerging and intermediate readers, middle school, spanish bilingual, and STEM subjects.
The fast-growing Spanish Bilingual Collection, designed for grades K–6, pairs English and Spanish versions of 100 of the company’s premier e-books and covers informational subjects such as science, historical fiction, poetry, and biography from trusted authors like Pat Mora, David Adler, Kathleen Krull, Kathryn Lasky, Pamela Muñoz Ryan, and Seymour Simon.
Professionally narrated by native speakers, this collection provides English language learners (ELL’s) one-click access to the same titles in both English and Spanish to support acquiring academic vocabulary in both languages.
The proprietary Fable Reader platform consistently wins high praise for its ease of use and includes optional highlighting and word search within books. Students can select Read Aloud, Read By Myself, or Auto-Play modes.
Advanced search functionality enables parents and educators to focus searches by topic, grade, guided reading, Lexile, accelerated reader, or CCSS for reading, writing, speaking/listening, and language.
The Fable Learning collection can be streamed online or downloaded to any device. And with simultaneous multi-user access, an entire classroom, grade, or whole school can read an e-book at the same time. Students can read at home, too.
Mary Howard, author of Ten Brains of Learning: Unlocking the Door to Powerful Literacy Instruction, said, “Fable Learning allows the best of all worlds to collide into a colorful rainbow of engaging texts, exciting media, and inviting possibilities—all tied together in rich details to help teachers make a myriad of choices.”
Fable Learning is affordably priced and offers a free 14-day trial of the whole collection.

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