What’s new in myON this fall?
Studies show that students’ access to a large selection of books drives their literacy growth. For this reason, myON continues to grow its personalized digital library to ensure that students always have new books to explore and enjoy. This includes additions to the Core Collection, which is included with every myON subscription, and to the add-on publisher collections, which allow districts to customize their myON library based on their students’ interests and local needs.
Read on for details about the latest additions.
New to the Core Collection
From July through September 2021, myON added over 200 new titles to the Core Collection. We are thrilled to have this new content for our readers, and we anticipate some real favorites in this new batch.
Highlighted titles include: Lil Nas X: Record-Breaking Musician Who Blurs the Lines; Punk Rock Mouse and Country Mouse: A Graphic Novel; Sometimes I Feel Worried; This or That Questions About Space and Beyond: You Decide!; The Witch in the Wardrobe; and Your Passport to Kenya.
New add-on collection: Reference Point Press—Activism and Social Justice
This is a brand new collection from Reference Point Press, featuring titles that focus on activist movements of the last ten years. This collection is a timely examination of social justice and the diversity of our country’s population.
Highlighted titles include: The Black Lives Matter Movement; LGBTQ in America; Human Rights in Focus: Refugees; Fake News and the Manipulation of Public Opinion; Teen Guide to Student Activism; and Threats to Civil Liberties: Privacy.
New Classics titles
Several great Classics titles are now included in myON as well. The new titles include Persuasion by Jane Austen; The Valley of Fear and The Return of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle; and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft.