The fully-illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is out today! Artist Jim Kay welcomes readers home to Hogwarts with over...Read more
Today is Child Heath Day, a day to raise awareness around supporting and developing children’s health. In addition to proper nutrition, ensuring all...Read more
Today On Our Minds welcomes acclaimed author Alyssa Sheinmel, to discuss her new YA book Faceless; a story about a girl named Maisie losing...Read more
We're swooning over Jim Kay's new artwork for the illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, which Entertainment Weekly revealed over...Read more
You may recognize Frank Lampard as the quick-footed midfielder for the New York City FC, but did you know he’s also an author?
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!
During National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15), we recognize and celebrate the heritage, culture and contributions that Hispanic and Latino Americans...Read more
The graphic novel is no longer just a format suitable to learn about. It is also starting to be used as a tool to educate. –Jesse Karp, “The Case for...Read more
The fall season has arrived! Welcome autumn into your classroom and engage your students with these hands-on fall-themed lesson plans about pumpkins, leaves, and life...Read more
It’s October, and here at Scholastic that means it’s the month of Goosebumps!
It's hard to forget the images we've all seen of Syrian refugees fleeing their country in search of safety for their families. The ongoing crisis in Syria has reached a...Read more
Check out the exciting new releases from Scholastic, out now!
Little ones (ages 3–8) will be delighted by these fantastic reads:
As part of our celebration around the 2015 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, we're highlighting the stories of participating schools around the world.
Upside-Down Magic is the first book in a new and exciting middle grade series by bestselling authors Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle and Emily Jenkins.
Brian Selznick is on an epic cross-country road trip, and we've got the photos to prove it!
The Marvels, his latest, is a glorious tale told in stunning...Read more
Pop quiz: what do Drama, The Hunger Games, and Captain Underpants all have in common?
Apart from being wonderful books...each of them has, at one point or...Read more
In Our Feeds: #PotterItForward, the first-ever Hemingway-centric exhibit, and the 411 on the invisibility cloakSeptember 25th, 2015
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 great weekend!
As part of our celebration around the 2015 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, we're highlighting the stories of participating schools around the world. We...Read more
Working in the Scholastic archive, we sometimes discover materials in the stacks that take us on a walk down memory lane. Today’s treasures are some early titles from the...Read more
Titles often do the work of making a book's first impression. They can be long and provocative (A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers) or they...Read more
Earlier today, Scholastic reported its first quarter Fiscal 2016 results, which you can read in full here in the press release.
Did you know? This Friday, September 25 is National Comic Book Day!
I was an infrequent comic book reader back in middle school (I only picked up a...Read more
As part of our celebration around the 2015 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, we're highlighting the stories of participating schools around the world....
On Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s sixth annual back-to-school bus tour, he has traveled to schools from Pennsylvania to Missouri. Administr@tor magazine hit...Read more