Coming this fall: Scholastic Focus, a new narrative nonfiction imprint

Julia Graeper  February 2nd, 2018 

For middle-grade and young adult readers.

13 books Scholastic employees love to read aloud

Emily Morrow  February 1st, 2018 

This week, we're celebrating World Read Aloud Day, a holiday dedicated to the joy and power of reading aloud! To help us get in the spirit, we asked our Scholastic...

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How to host the perfect read aloud for World Read Aloud Day

Emily Morrow  February 1st, 2018 

Each February, we team up with LitWorld to host World Read Aloud Day, an opportunity for families and educators to celebrate the power and joy of reading aloud. This year'...

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Tips for parents who travel for work from Bunny's Staycation author Lori Richmond

Emily Morrow  January 30th, 2018 

Traveling for work can bring an exciting change of scenery, but for those with little ones at home, it can add some challenges, too. How do you keep your child from...

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Celebrating January 30th book releases from Scholastic!

Lauren Carr  January 30th, 2018 

Today on OOM we’re celebrating some book birthdays for new releases from Scholastic, out today! Check out the list below of great reads for all ages, and let us...

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A Celebration of Harry Potter 2018

Emily Morrow  January 29th, 2018 

The Scholastic team spent last weekend in Orlando, Fla., at A Celebration of Harry Potter, Universal Orlando's annual tribute to the Wizarding World! Surrounded by fans of...

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Multicultural books to help you celebrate notable dates

Loribelle Lapaix  January 26th, 2018 

I first learned about author Junot Díaz’s foray into children’s books via a Facebook post about his new book, Islandborn (due March 13, 2018).

Live from our library: Best Kids’ Books to Hit the Big Screen!

Nicole Ortiz  January 26th, 2018 

Scholastic's librarian Deimosa Webber-Bey went live on our Scholastic Parents Facebook page this afternoon to talk about the best kids' books that have recently hit...

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Scholastic included on the 2018 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

Scholastic  January 25th, 2018 

This week, Scholastic was included in the 2018 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index! Scholastic joins the rank of more than 100 companies including L’Oréal,...

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On the podcast: Christopher Paul Curtis

Emily Morrow  January 25th, 2018 

Scholastic Reads podcast episode #56: Christopher Paul Curtis: Learning from History

I am a Scholastic employee and a book clubs customer

Julia Graeper  January 24th, 2018 

This year, I became a Book Clubs customer, which is a little surreal. 

Cover reveal: The Bad Guys in Do-You-Think-He-Saurus?!

Emily Morrow  January 24th, 2018 
Check out the cover of the new special edition installment of The Bad Guys series by Aaron Blabey, hitting shelves this August!

Save the date! Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on February 1

Josephine Djonovic  January 24th, 2018 

To help families and educators discover the power and joy of reading aloud, LitWorld and Scholastic are hosting World Read Aloud Day on February 1. This year’s World Read...

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Scholastic Parents: Top trends in kids books for 2018

Michael Barrett  January 23rd, 2018 

Scholastic Book Clubs editors went "live" on our Scholastic Parents Facebook page viewers the top 5 trends to expect in children's literature in 2018.

The Palm Frees: Lexus Eco Challenge, 2018

Guest Blogger  January 22nd, 2018 

Guest post by teacher advisors Katie Wilson and Dawn Johnson

Cover reveal: A Witch Alone by James Nicol

Emily Morrow  January 19th, 2018 

We are so excited to reveal the cover of A Witch Alone, the second book in The Apprentice Witch series! We sat down with author James Nicol to talk about his...

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Top tips from our education experts

Brittany Sullivan  January 19th, 2018 

Looking for some quick ways to transform your professional development in the New Year? In our Ten Tips video series, we gathered unique insights from our...

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What I learned from Winnie-the-Pooh: A birthday celebration

Michael Barrett  January 18th, 2018 

As I celebrate my birthday today, I look back at some life lessons I learned from my favorite childhood book series.

Throwback Thursday: On this day

Gina Asprocolas  January 18th, 2018 

Looking back at what we published on this day 61 and 47 years ago.

Twitter Chat Recap: Supporting striving readers with Stephanie Harvey & Annie Ward

Brittany Sullivan  January 17th, 2018 

In case you missed it, last night we hosted a #FromStrivingToThriving Twitter chat on @ScholasticTeach with literacy specialists Stephanie Harvey...

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Start reading Victor Shmud Total Expert Book 2

Emily Morrow  January 16th, 2018 

Victor Shmud is back in book 2 of the new series from the bestselling author of Dear Dumb Diary and Franny K. Stein! 

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with us

Emily Morrow  January 12th, 2018 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, and we have some brand new resources to help you bring the life and legacy of Dr. King into your home!

First, watch our recent...

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Supreme Court cases every teen should know

Stephanie Agresti  January 11th, 2018 

An important part of civic engagement is having an understanding of our government and how it works. While the many facets of our democracy can be complex, there are...

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Start reading The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Monster Power

Emily Morrow  January 10th, 2018 

Seatbelts, everyone! The Magic School Bus is back and ready to ride again in a new early chapter book series. 

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