Laurie Katz, Director of Publicity

Bloom's Literature Selected as a Library Journal "Best Database"

New York, NY, November 1, 2013—Infobase Learning is pleased to announce that Bloom's Literature has been chosen by Library Journal as a winner in this year's "Best Database" selections, in the "Best Niche Product" category. According to Library Journal, winners of the "Best Niche Product" category are materials that "challenge traditionally buttoned-up scholarly expectations." This respected publication has recognized Bloom's Literature based on the choices of librarians and reviewers.

Newly relaunched, Bloom's Literature is the definitive source for literary criticism from Harold Bloom, featuring complete coverage of the lives and works of great authors throughout history—through critical articles and overviews, topical and character entries, full-length videos of classic stage productions, Bloom's Canon of Literature, writing advice, and much more.

Bloom's Literature, formerly Bloom's Literary Reference Online, has also garnered praise from Booklist, American Reference Books Annual, and Library Media Connection. Infobase Learning online products that have previously been included on Library Journal's "Best Database," "Best Reference Source," or "Best Reference Database" lists include The World AlmanacĀ® Online, Ferguson's Career Guidance Center, World Geography and Culture Online, and Films On Demand.

About Infobase Learning:
Infobase Learning is an educational solutions company providing award-winning digital reference content to the school and library community. Under such well-known brands as Facts On File, The World AlmanacĀ®, and Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Infobase Learning provides students, educators, and librarians with a broad range of award-winning products that both enhance and enrich the learning experience. For more than 70 years, Infobase Learning has been a reliable, authoritative resource for supporting the middle school, high school, and academic curriculum, providing flexible options for accessing educational content whether in school, at the library, or at home.