We are honored to receive these prestigious awards from the Bookbuilders of Boston and the New England Book Show, and to be recognized by our peers within the book design industry
New York, NY (Vocus) June 8, 2010
Four Pearson titles were honored at the 53rd Annual New England Book Show. Winning books are selected for their design, quality of materials, and workmanship by a panel of 13 judges, all with many years of experience in book publishing, design, and printing.
The award winners, for both K-12 and College textbooks, were:
Elementary-High School, Series Entry–Book:
- Prentice Hall Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2
•Why is Brian So Fat? A Children's Story Cannibals and Headhunters: A Stage Play (Pearson Learning Solutions)
•Focus MATH Intensive Intervention-Teachers Edition
•Prentice Hall Mathematics Series: Course 1, Course 2, Course 3, Algebra Readiness, Pre-Algebra
“We are honored to receive these prestigious awards from the Bookbuilders of Boston and the New England Book Show, and to be recognized by our peers within the book design industry,” said Mike Evans, Senior Vice President for Mathematics, Pearson.
About the New England Book Show
The New England Book Show, sponsored Bookbuilders of Boston, is an annual juried show that recognizes the year's most outstanding work by New England publishers, printers and graphic designers.
About Bookbuilders of Boston
Bookbuilders of Boston, a nonprofit organization founded in 1937, is dedicated to bringing together people involved in book publishing and manufacturing. Its membership represents all facets of the book industry: editing, design, production, manufacturing, and marketing. Through its various activities, Bookbuilders offers a forum to exchange information, learn new technologies, and promote improvements in the quality of books.
Pearson (NYSE:PSO), the global leader in education services, education technology and school solutions, provides innovative print and digital education materials for preK through college, student information systems and learning management systems, teacher professional development, career certification programs, and testing and assessment products that set the standard for the industry. Pearson's other primary businesses include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group. For more information, go to http://www.pearsoned.com.
rod.granger (at) pearson (dot) com