Books are a revolutionary way to teach kids Anatomy
AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Scooter Kids, the only read-to-learn comic book series, announced the release of its next three books in the "The Adventures of Scooter McDoogal."
The ultra creative trilogy of Human Anatomy comic books walk children through an adventure with Scooter as he discovers the digestive, circulatory, urinary, respiratory, nervous system and the five senses. The books can be purchased at http://www.scootermcdoogal.com/bookstore/
"We are very pleased to be adding these next three books -- human anatomy is a tough subject for kids and these new Scooter books teach a difficult topic in a unique way," said Joseph Fitzpatrick of Scooter Kids. "Our group of researchers, educators, and artists worked hard to create industry books that educate."
The Adventures of Scooter McDoogal was created by a former teacher and is the only the only "read to learn" comic book program. Select schools around the country have begun using the program as it was created as a supplement to any reading program. The books are a uniquely designed series utilizing fiction and nonfiction combined, making each comic book a very attractive, pleasurable, and motivating learning experience. The series of eleven books conveniently coordinates with teachers' guides and corresponding skills books.
About The Adventures of Scooter McDoogal
Scooter McDoogal was founded by former teacher Diane Russomanno in 2001 and she recently teamed with Joseph Fitzpatrick of Mastiff Capital Partners to launch and brand the Scooter name. The comic book's first installments have already been used at selected schools around the country. The series has been universally praised by teachers, students, parents and even members of Congress. Mastiff Capital has joined the project to assist in further developing the Scooter McDoogal brand so that children across America can benefit from this unique approach to education.
Scooter McDoogal is a uniquely designed series utilizing fiction and nonfiction, making each comic book a very exciting, pleasurable, and motivating learning experience. The fiction contains a magic that enchants and stretches a child's imagination and is a strong motivational technique utilized to introduce the content area objectives in Science and Social Studies. Currently the series has eleven books that coordinate with teachers' guides and corresponding skills books. Three additional books will be available soon. Television and film projects are currently in development to support the core franchise.
Visit www.scootermcdoogal.com for more information or call 818-597-8098.
SOURCE Scooter Kids