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Living in North Korea

“Timely and accessible, this will be a useful addition to school and public libraries.”

Kirkus Reviews, August 2018

Hate Crimes

“Written in an accessible, episodic style, the message is powerful and disturbing, and this work is a worthy purchase.”

Kirkus Reviews, July 2018

Growing Up Around the World

“These volumes offer well-researched and concise overviews of the lived experiences of young people in each country.... The nonbiased, straightforward, and succinct style is well suited to reluctant readers interested in learning more about the similarities and differences between their peers in other countries. ”

VOYA, June 2018

Next-Generation Medical Technology

“A fascinating look at cutting-edge technology that will likely inspire a few future medical professionals.’

School Library Journal, April 2018

The Science of Renewable Energy

“Timely and informative, these accessible and readable volumes would be useful in social studies and environmental science classes as well as for research and for those with a personal interest in the topics.”

School Library Connection, May/June 2018

Were Native Americans the Victims of Genocide?

“As a part of American history study, this book will be a vital purchase.”

School Library Connection, May/June 2018

Exploring Issues

Best Electronic Reference Resource (Database or eBook)
Winner: Exploring Issues (ReferencePoint Press)

“The online database resource Exploring Issues from ReferencePoint Digital allows students to easily research a variety of topics in an easy-to-navigate, resourceful, and engaging platform. This valuable resource is very affordable for schools, which allows students, teachers, and librarians to enhance their online resource collection and increases access to reputable, timely information. . . . The fresh approach and layout of this resource makes this an outstanding resource for students, teachers, and librarians.”
Angela Wojtecki, Nordonia Hills City Schools, OH

School Library Connection and American Reference Books Annual, SLC/ARBA Best of Reference Award (2017)

The Opioid Epidemic

“Marcovitz offers a timely exploration of the issue....Both reasoned and impassioned.
Kirkus Starred Review

Kirkus Reviews,  September 1, 2017