In Our Feeds: The Hunger Games, shaking it off, words invented by writers & more

Brittany Sullivan  November 21st, 2014 

Every Friday, we share a handful of links that we found funny, provocative or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!

Mockingjay mayhem

Guest Blogger  November 21st, 2014 

Today we welcome Associate Director of Publicity at Scholastic, Sheila Marie Everett, to the blog! She's got some last-minute ideas for how to...

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JFK's assassination: remembering in Dallas

Suzanne McCabe  November 20th, 2014 

On November 22, 1963, the world's eyes were on Dallas. America's handsome young president, John F. Kennedy, had traveled there with his glamorous wife, Jacqueline, only to...

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#WeHaveDiverseBooks

Guest Blogger  November 20th, 2014 

We're welcoming Lizette Serrano, Director, Education/Library Marketing and Conventions Scholastic Trade Division to the blog today! 

Free Thanksgiving resources from Scholastic.com

Alexandra Wladich  November 20th, 2014 

Are you looking for free educational resources for Thanksgiving? Well, look no further!

Honoring the National Book Awards Finalists

Stephanie Smith  November 19th, 2014 

It’s been an exciting week here at Scholastic as we anxiously wait for the National Book Awards Young People’s Literature winner to be announced. This year we have TWO...

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Jim Trelease: What Reading Is Really All About

Megan Kaesshaefer  November 18th, 2014 

Since writing his million-copy bestseller, The Read-Aloud Handbook, in 1982, Jim Trelease has traveled to all 50 states and abroad, advocating the benefits...

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Career corner: Your monthly roundup of Scholastic jobs

Lia Zneimer  November 18th, 2014 

Are you passionate about books, literacy, and education? You might be a great fit for Scholastic! While you can always search our careers site and our LinkedIn Career page...

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Walk a mile in Stacey’s shoes for American Diabetes Month

Deimosa Webber-Bey  November 17th, 2014 

To study up for this post recognizing American Diabetes Month, I reread The Truth About Stacey and Stacey’s Emergency

Presenting our Spring 2015 online preview!

Lia Zneimer  November 17th, 2014 

41 books. 21 editors. 17 authors. The Spring 2015 online preview is our most ambitious yet, and is now live at www.scholastic.com/onlinepreview.

Pam Allyn on every child's right to read

Megan Kaesshaefer  November 17th, 2014 

If you do one thing today, listen to this.

In Our Feeds: Remembering R.A. Montgomery, coloring books and life-changing reads

Michael Barrett  November 14th, 2014 

Each Friday, we share a handful of links we found interesting, provocative, funny — or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a good weekend!

Weekend Reads: Mockingjay

Stephanie Smith  November 14th, 2014 

Hi OOM readers! We are so excited that it is finally Friday because for the next 48 hours we plan on curling up in a comfy arm chair, drinking hot chocolate and reading...

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The lost art of journal writing

Kristen Joerger  November 13th, 2014 

Last weekend, I found myself chatting with a fascinating older woman at a birthday party for a friend. As a young woman, she traveled the world as a professional ballet...

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BE BIG with Clifford on World Kindness Day

Guest Blogger  November 13th, 2014 

Danielle Klimashousky here from Scholastic Media to chat about World Kindess Day!

November 13th is World Kindness Day, a holiday...

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