updated 12:20 pm EDT, Wed May 14, 2003
today announced its line-up of children's software products for 2003. The company will build on its award-winning and best-selling collection of software with the release of seven new titles, including two based on the popular children's brands I SPY and Clifford The Big Red Dog. In addition, the company has created a new and original brand: Math Missions, debuting this fall, has been designed exclusively for software. Scholastic is also licensing several popular properties from Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon. Two Math Mission titles (for K-2 and Grades 3-5) are due this Fall along with Clifford Phonics (Ages 4-6). I SPY Fantasy (Ages 6-10), Nickelodeon Cartoon Creator (Ages 6-11), Dragon Tales: Learn and Fly with Dragons (Ages 4-6), and Little Bill Thinks Big (Ages 4-6) are expected to ship in time for the 2003 holidays. Each title will be $20.