Children's Press

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Children's Press
Parent company Scholastic
Founded 1945[1]
Founder TBA
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location New York City, New York
Publication types Books
Fiction genres Biography, Rookie Read-About series
Official website

Children's Press (spelled until 1995 as Childrens Press) is a publishing company originally based in Chicago, Illinois. It is well known for publishing the Rookie Read-About series, and also has a secondary imprint, Franklin Watts.

In 1996, Children's Press became a division of Grolier, which became an imprint of Scholastic Corporation in 2000.


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