|Nom de l'objet :
|Things That Take People Places
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|Scott Foresman and Company
|printed on heavy cardboard, a teaching aid depicting various modes of transportation standardly seen in the late 1960s;60.1 cm x 50.1 cm
|Scott Foresman and company, an elementary educational publisher for PreK through Grade 6 in all subject areas, was founded in 1896. In business for only one year, the partnership between EH Scott and HA Foresman secured its first large state adoption. In 1897 the state of Kansas awarded the company a five year contract for eight publications. The Dick and Jane series began in the 1930s, the creation of Zerna Sharp, a Scott Foresman reading consultant. The publisher passed through a succession of owners from 1967 to 1998 when the company was absorbed into the educational division of Pearson, the global publisher and owner of Penguin and the Financial Times.
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