Dictionary Publisher Federal Street Press Presents 2011 Back-to-School Lineup

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Federal Street Press’ new catalog introduces new editions of best-selling dictionaries, thesauruses and other language reference titles for primary and secondary students.

“There is no better value for the money,” is how Ellen Greene, 3rd grade teacher in Emmaus, PA sees it.

Federal Street Press’ new catalog introduces new editions of best-selling dictionaries, thesauruses and other language reference titles for primary and secondary students.

“Our mission is to publish dictionaries that are priced so that schools can afford to put one in the hands of each child in the classroom. No tool more important for students learning the basic skills of reading and writing,” said Deborah Hastings, publisher of Federal Street Press.

“There is no better value for the money,” is how Ellen Greene, 3rd grade teacher in Emmaus, PA sees it. “In today’s tough economic climate, Federal Street Press delivers what we need.”

Created by the permanent staff of trained and experienced lexicographers at Merriam-Webster the Federal Street Press line covers the vocabulary level, curriculum requirements and personal interests of students at all levels.

New for the fall lineup is a fully revised and updated edition of Webster’s Dictionary & Thesaurus for Students with Full Color World Atlas(SRP $12.98, ISBN 978-1-59695-107-5) as well as Webster’s Rhyming Dictionary, Webster’s Dictionary for Students, Fourth Edition, Webster’s Essential Literacy Skills Grade 2 Reading and Webster’s Essential Literacy Skills Grade 3 Reading.    

Perennial backlist best-sellers featured in the catalog include Webster’s All-in-One Dictionary & Thesaurus, Webster’s New Explorer Student Dictionary, Third Edition and Webster’s Everyday Spanish-English Dictionary.

A complete description of these and other Federal Street Press titles can be found at http://www.federalstreetpress.com. Product descriptions, downloadable cover images and fact sheets, grade level guidelines and more can also be found on the site.

About Federal Street Press
Federal Street Press is a division of Merriam-Webster Inc, America’s oldest and most respected publisher of language reference content. Since 1998 FSP has published value-priced dictionaries, thesauruses, and other language reference books created in cooperation with the editors of Merriam-Webster.

Educators, parents, retailers and wholesalers interested in learning more about Federal Street Press language reference books should contact Virginia Guilfoyle toll-free at (877) 886-2830

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