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TeachingBooks.net

Provides a curated collection of multimedia instructional materials about the books read
in kindergarten through twelfth grade that engages students and helps teachers bring reading to life. Experience why more than 30,000 schools use TeachingBooks.net.

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All TeachingBooks.net subscriptions come with unlimited campus and remote use, complimentary trainings, customizations that align resources to the books read in your classes, and promotional flyers and bookmarks.

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Renewal Required: You must renew this subscription every year.
Lifetime Access: You only need to purchase this product one time.
Simultaneous Access: More than one person can use this product at the same time.
Multi-School Incremental Discounts: Discounts available if purchasing for more than one school/location. Contact Mackin for discount information ateservices@mackin.com.
Multi-Year Discounts: Discounts available if purchasing for more than one consecutive year. Contact Mackin for discount information ateservices@mackin.com.

Content Correlation: NF=Nonfiction F=Fiction

Minimum System Requirements

TeachingBooks.net supports each of the following:

Operating Systems:
• Mac OS 9.1 and higher
• Windows 98 and higher

Internet Browsers for the Mac:
• Safari 1.0 and higher
• Firefox 1.0 and higher
• Google Chrome 1.0

Internet Browsers for the PC:
• Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher
• Firefox 1.0 and higher
• Google Chrome 1.0

Multimedia Software:
• Flash 7.0 and higher to watch the TeachingBooks.net Original Author Program movies and slideshows
• Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 and higher to view any PDF documents

Additional Software:
TeachingBooks.net contains links to thousands of relevant websites and resources, each of which control their own software requirements. For example, some external links within Author Programs require Windows Media Player, while others require QuickTime. You should be able to find links to download such additional software on these sites.