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ICMYI: Discover Back to School Favorites with the Book Boys!

Guest Blogger September 7th, 2017

Welcome back to school!

The Book Boys were back in action today on Facebook Live, where they shared their favorite picks from the September flyers. In case you...

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Shall we dance? How to be a good partner in the classroom

Guest Blogger August 31st, 2017

In the classroom, as on the dance floor, great partners are essential.

8 family listens for a novel Labor Day weekend

Guest Blogger August 30th, 2017

Long weekends are rare, precious things. Whether you’re the type of person who counts down to them with big Xs on calendars, or the type who lets them roll in by surprise...

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Seven strengths to focus on to turn your kids into super readers

Guest Blogger August 17th, 2017

By Pam Allyn, literacy expert, founder of LitWorld, and co-author of Every Child a Super Reader

Families: Four helpful habits for back-to-school season

Guest Blogger August 14th, 2017

Scholastic Parents provides families "top tips," articles and resources to help get kids ready for the new school year. 

"Goodbye" from our summer interns

Guest Blogger August 4th, 2017

Our 2017 summer interns, Alison Bonaviso and Mitchell Axelson, share their final thoughts about their experience working at Scholastic. We thank them for their amazing...

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En garde – prêt? – allez! On guard – ready? – fence!

Guest Blogger July 26th, 2017

Zaheer Booth, Alexander Cotter, and Khalil Thompson are interns this summer at Scholastic – who swordfight almost every evening after work! After spying them in a New...

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Why "Pride and Prejudice" still matters

Guest Blogger July 18th, 2017

200 years ago today, the incomparable Jane Austen died. The world is celebrating her legacy all year long.

Dogs and dolls and mysteries, oh my! My bookprint that left a paw print on my life

Guest Blogger June 16th, 2017

Our summer intern, Alison Bonaviso, provides her top book picks that made her a lifelong reader.

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