The Rosen Publishing Group has been providing information to schools and libraries since 1950, when the Rosen family published their first books in New York City. From YA nonfiction guidance books on drug addiction, teen suicide prevention, and job skills to our most recent hi-lo novels addressing life’s most challenging circumstances, Rosen’s purpose has always been to inform, support, and inspire students in the United States and across the globe.
Now releasing more than 1,000 books each year across more than a dozen imprints for grades PreK–12, Rosen has acquired four other educational publishing companies and expanded its operations to Buffalo, New York, and remote locations around the U.S.
Rosen embraces sharing new information and providing new solutions to educators, librarians, teachers, and students worldwide. We walk the walk from page to page—and our array of imprints and digital offerings prove just that.
Rosen Publishing imprints include:
Windmill Books offers books that empower young readers while capturing their imaginations and attention. Picture books such as The Curious Tiger, ADHD Is My Superpower, and I Can Try are perfect for read-alouds and supporting social and emotional wellness, while our craft, joke, and puzzle books engage and occupy curious minds.
PowerKids Press is your go-to imprint for curriculum-correlated, just-right nonfiction series for elementary-age readers. Whether you’re looking for basic concepts, STEM, social studies, guidance, or early readers, PowerKids Press has you covered.
Rosen Publishing and Rosen YA provide of-the-moment series by collaborating with venerated publications, including Scientific American and Encyclopedia Britannica, to produce high-quality, expert-reviewed content.
Rosen Digital is home to a variety of media-rich interactive eBooks and databases, including the critically acclaimed Teen Health and Wellness database, which provides students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, straightforward, curricular, and self-help support, and PowerKnowledge Science, which encourages students in grades 3–6 to think like scientists.
Rosen’s LevelUp Reader provides an online literacy platform for children from prekindergarten through third grade. On this platform, kids read fun, engaging, informative texts tailored to their individual reading levels. Readers are rewarded with creative playtime in LevelUp Land—sure to appeal to those who already love Minecraft or are beginning players.
Rosen Classroom is your one-stop shop for authentic texts and effective supplemental instructional materials—in English and Spanish! From thousands of fiction and nonfiction readers to signature collections such as Rosen Phonics Readers and Focus on Social and Emotional Learning, your supplemental curriculum is covered with Rosen Classroom.
The Rosen Publishing Group’s family of companies now feature:
Gareth Stevens Publishing has been a leader in producing high-interest, curriculum-aligned children’s nonfiction for more than three decades. Collections such as First Concepts and Early Readers support the youngest students. Leveled Readers and Fun Fact File meet the needs of at-level readers, while Crash Course offers hi-lo content for upper elementary students.
Enslow Publishing offers a plethora of award-winning fiction and nonfiction titles for children and teenagers that have been recognized by the American Library Association, the NAACP, the National Council for the Social Studies, and the Society of School Librarians International.
West 44 Books, Enslow’s fiction imprint, offers hi-lo middle grade and YA novels and novels-in-verse with high-interest plots at reading levels appropriate for struggling or reluctant readers. With numerous School Library Journal, Booklist, and Kirkus starred reviews, this imprint’s roster of diverse, own-voices authors and relatable stories packs a page-turning punch.
Cavendish Square Publishing is robust, with numerous nonfiction series spanning social studies, health, and science. From its elementary series Exploring World Cultures to its signature series Cultures of the World, now in its 4th Edition, readers from kindergarten through high school can learn about people around the world and more through library-bound books, eBooks, and more than 50 online databases.
Greenhaven Publishing is all about thought-provoking content that explores issues and opposing viewpoints through its two imprints: KidHaven Publishing and its namesake imprint. Check out the latest set of Greenhaven’s bestselling Opposing Viewpoints series, which features current issues and is geared toward teens.
Information is vital as young people navigate today’s world. Stories are vital to cultivating tomorrow’s readers today. Whether our titles are accessed as print or digital books, in databases, or in classroom collections, we at Rosen pledge to offer the most clear, concise, engaging resources possible to make learning happen.
Rosen Publishing acknowledges that the land of its headquarters is the ancestral home of the Haudenosaunee and Wenrohronon peoples.