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Birmingham, AL, May 15, 2007 – Oakstone Publishing dba Personal Best, a leader in employee wellness publishing and a Haights Cross Communications company, today announced the new personal money management brochure series, "Get Fiscally Fit™."

This attractive series features brochures about six topics that consumer research has shown to be of most concern and interest to working adults and their families: Investing in Your 401(k): Hitting a Retirement Homerun, Save More, Spend Less: Flex Your Financial Muscle, Get Out of Debt: Racing Toward Financial Freedom, Five Financial Lifesavers: Keeping Your Head Above Water, How to Live on a Budget: Overcoming the Hurdles, and Preventing Identity Theft: Smart Strategies and Self Defense.

"Employers recognize that the financial wellbeing of employees and their families affects employees' work performance, and ultimately, their overall health. Our customers see a strong demand for these educational materials that cover basic aspects of family financial knowledge," said Charles K. Dismuke, Personal Best Publisher.

The "Fiscally Fit" brochure series is one of many employee-oriented personal finance information products available for purchase at www.personalbest.com.

About Oakstone® Publishing — Personal Best™:

Oakstone® Publishing dba Personal Best™ is a major publisher of employee wellness publications, including newsletters, calendars, posters, brochures, and booklets covering topics related to health and wellness, safety, productivity, shift work, and personal money management. In 2005, Oakstone Publishing acquired Scott Publishing and its award winning Personal Best® Healthlines employee wellness newsletter. The combined entities' flagship newsletters, TopHealth®, Personal Best® Healthlines, and Best of Health, reach more than 1.5 million readers monthly at more than 10,000 organizations. In 2006, the company consolidated 2 Oakstone Wellness and Scott Publishing products and began marketing all of its publications under its Personal Best™ brand.

About Haights Cross Communications:

Founded in 1997 and based in White Plains, NY, Haights Cross is a leading developer and publisher of products for the kindergarten through twelfth grade, or K-12, supplemental education, library, and medical education markets. Haights Cross imprints include: Sundance/Newbridge Educational Publishing (Northborough, MA), Triumph Learning (New York, NY), Buckle Down Publishing (Iowa City, IA), Options Publishing (Merrimack, NH), Recorded Books (Prince Frederick, MD), and Oakstone Publishing (Birmingham, AL). For more information visit www.haightscross.com.

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