Pluto's Busted; Science Publishers Face Revisions

September 2006
Educational Marketer;9/4/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 25, p6
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The article reports on the revision of several science books by publishing companies in the U.S. The revision of books was due to the discovery of the International Astronomical Union regarding the reclassification of Pluto from planet status to dwarf planet status. The changes of facts about Pluto has led in adjusting books from K-12 to college spectrum and the modification of supplemental materials and Web sites.


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