Information Please Press and Awards
Press and awards received since February 1998.
The New Yorker
"This mega-reference site [Factmonster.com] for elementary students combines a user-friendly format with flashy graphics. Pages are packed with data on everything from dragons and giants to the latest dinosaur discoveries."
"Reference Desk - Throw out those bulky reference books. Instead, look up meanings of words, flip through encyclopedia entries and more online.
300 Incredible Things to Learn on the Internet
Consumer reporter Robyn Spizman and Ken Leebow said about the Information Please Almanac and Kids' Almanac: "These online almanacs have current and historical news on almost every subject."
Life Skills 4 Kids
"Wow, I wish they had this when *I* was a kid. . . The Kid's Almanac is a treasure trove of interesting facts, links, news articles, scientific information and history. . . We suggest sitting with your child to explore this site together - you'll both learn a lot and have a ball!
"You can get a lot of the encyclopedias' content online—sometimes free... You might also want to check out Information Please Almanacs."
The New York Times
"The Homerwork Center is a strong, reliable solution to homework trouble..." For more of this article, please see "Homework Help Sites (Or, the Dog Ate My U.R.L.)"
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