On the podcast: Sayantani DasGupta and The Serpent's Secret

Emily Morrow  February 23rd, 2018 

This week, we released a new podcast episode! We sat down with Sayantani DasGupta, the author of the forthcoming middle grade fantasy novel The Serpent's Secret...

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24 Scholastic Parents posts to read this month

Guest Blogger  February 23rd, 2018 

Our Scholastic Parents blogs, Raise a Reader and The Learning Toolkit, offer readers everyth

Resources for teachers as Scholastic responds to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida

Scholastic  February 21st, 2018 

One of our roles here at Scholastic is to provide educators the resources they need to do the important work they do.

5 questions with The Serpent's Secret author Sayantani DasGupta

Guest Blogger  February 21st, 2018 

Guest post by Vaishali Nayak, associate marketing manager

It’s not every day a sixth-grader discovers she’s a princess…and an interdimensional demon-slayer...

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Meet Clem Hetherington in the Graphix Takeover

Emily Morrow  February 21st, 2018 

This week, our friends at Graphix Books introduced us to our new favorite heroine: Clem Hetherington. Every hour, @GraphixBooks shared a new scene from the graphic novel ...

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Remembering and reading children’s books as an adult

Guest Blogger  February 20th, 2018 

Our blogger moved to a new apartment...and unpacked her bookshelf first! Read more about the books she loved revisiting. 

Start reading Melowy: Dreams Come True

Emily Morrow  February 20th, 2018 

Start reading the first book in the Melowy series, the story of the magical land of Aura and the beautiful pegasuses who live there!

Q&A with bestselling animal fantasy authors Inbali Iserles and Kathryn Lasky!

Brooke Shearouse  February 20th, 2018 

Today on OOM we're talking with Inbali Iserles, the author of The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) (ages 8–12), and with Kathryn Lasky, author of The Quest of the Cubs (Bears of...

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Live from the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: A Kid Reporter goes behind-the-scenes!

Stephanie Agresti  February 16th, 2018 

Over 2,882 dogs and their handlers gathered at New York City’s Madison Garden this week where Scholastic News Kid Reporter Amelia Poor...

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Teachers of grades 7–12, we’d love to see your students’ artwork!

Guest Blogger  February 15th, 2018 

Scholastic and LIFEWTR teamed up to create Ignite Inspiration!, a program that celebrates arts in education and encourages students to explore their...

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A very sweet Graphix takeover

Gina Asprocolas  February 15th, 2018 
For Valentine's Day, our friends at Graphix shared some of the sweeter moments from their various titles on Twitter with a #LoveGraphix takeover!

Author & literacy expert Pam Allyn kicks-off nationwide Super Reader Road Trip!

Brittany Sullivan  February 15th, 2018 

It might only be February, but it’s never too early to start thinking about summer reading!

Happy birthday, Clifford!

Emily Morrow  February 14th, 2018 

February 14 is an important day around the Scholastic offices, and not just because it's Valentine's Day: It's Clifford's birthday! 

Each year, we make sure to...

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Klutz honors #HistoryMakers throughout February

Guest Blogger  February 13th, 2018 

In celebration of Black History Month, we're highlighting key makers throughout history who have shaped technology, art, and culture.

Read an excerpt from You're Bacon Me Crazy by Suzanne Nelson

Guest Blogger  February 12th, 2018 

Guest post by Vaishali Nayak, Associate Marketing Manager

Love comes in all flavors…even bacon. This February, we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with some...

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Webinar Feb 20: Empowering Students and Families While Stemming Summer Reading Loss

Brittany Sullivan  February 12th, 2018 

Join us for a special webinar on Tuesday, February 20 as we dive deep into findings on how summer reading activities directly contribute to reducing or stemming summer...

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Happy Library Lover's Month!

Nicole Ortiz  February 9th, 2018 

It should come as no surprise that Scholastic is filled with library lovers. Here are some of our favorite library memories!

We're Wishing for "Pugs and Kisses"—read an excerpt!

Guest Blogger  February 9th, 2018 

Start reading an excerpt of Pugs and Kisses by J.J. Howard.

On the podcast: Marley Dias and Princess Truly

Emily Morrow  February 8th, 2018 

Scholastic Reads podcast episode #57: Marley Dias Gets It Done...and Princess Truly, Too!

Celebrating Take Your Child to the Library Day!

Brittany Sullivan  February 8th, 2018 

From animated story times, to creative arts and crafts sessions, to even giant board games, parents proudly proved that Take Your Child to the Library Day...

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We took classrooms on a virtual field trip to the Museum of the American Revolution

Emily Morrow  February 8th, 2018 

This week, we released a brand new virtual field trip that allowed classrooms around the country to travel to Philadelphia, PA, and tour the Museum of the American...

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Throwback Thursday: Winter sports

Gina Asprocolas  February 8th, 2018 

It snowed in New York City this week and Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow. Winter's sticking around, so is it any surprise we have winter sports on our minds?

#AlwaysSweepstakes: Remembering Harry Potter over the years

Guest Blogger  February 7th, 2018 
How well-loved are your copies of Harry Potter? We asked fans on social media to share their photos with us.

Why we’re book nerds at heart

I Read YA  February 7th, 2018 

We heart YA! Just in time for Valentine's Day, share what YOU love about YA books with us using #LoveYourShelf on Twitter and Instagram!

More Klutz fun coming your way!

Morgan Baden  February 7th, 2018 

Next weekend, toy creators and play professionals are gathering for Toy Fair 2018, the biggest (and most fun!) toy exhibit in the country, and we're so excited to announce...

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