In Our Feeds: Beautiful book covers, National Grammar Day, and YA guys

Gina Asprocolas  March 6th, 2015 

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!

This was a...

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Designing your own professional development (and a giveaway!)

Alexandra Wladich  March 6th, 2015  Comments • 13

As former Oregon teacher of the year Steve Wyborney reminds us in his recent blog post, teachers are in charge of their own professional learning and...

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Artists at Work

Suzanne McCabe  March 5th, 2015 

I recently spoke with author Andrea Davis Pinkney about her award-winning work. I also asked about her artistic collaboration with her husband, illustrator Brian Pinkney....

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My Afghan Library Program Helps Promote Reading in Afghanistan

Gina Asprocolas  March 5th, 2015 

Have you heard of Scholastic’s My Afghan Library program? Funded by the US Embassy in Kabul, Scholastic designed a program in January 2011 to promote literacy in...

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Librarians, this one’s for you

Guest Blogger  March 4th, 2015 

Did you know there are just 38 days until National Library Week? April 12th- 18th will see celebrations across the country as we showcase the outstanding work that school...

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Five ways to infuse the arts into your teaching

Alexandra Wladich  March 4th, 2015 

Today, Tara Welty, Editor-In-Chief for Instructor Magazine and Scholastic Art® Magazine has stopped by to share five ways to incorporate the arts into your...

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It's World Read Aloud Day!

Morgan Baden  March 4th, 2015 

Today is World Read Aloud Day, and there are so many reasons to celebrate! 

Janet S. Wong: Reading Made Us Useful

Megan Kaesshaefer  March 3rd, 2015 

Janet S. Wong is the author of 30 books for children, as well as a co-editor (with Sylvia Vardell) of The Poetry Friday Anthology series of professional...

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Career corner: A March roundup of Scholastic jobs

Lia Zneimer  March 2nd, 2015 

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The stories that stick with us

Kristen Joerger  March 2nd, 2015 

Last week on my commute to work, an odd thought popped into my head. You would think that I would be mentally planning out my day, or at least just thinking about what I...

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A diversity of voices: “Club Leo” edition

Guest Blogger  March 2nd, 2015 

One of the most important things about reading a book is it opens your world to an experience beyond yours. Whether the book is about a gothic mystery set in London or...

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How parenting changed my life as a reader

Morgan Baden  March 2nd, 2015 

About five months ago I had my first baby, a darling girl whose smile lights up her whole plump face. I don’t want to tell you how becoming a parent has changed my life—...

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In Our Feeds: YA novel (on twitter), printed books, and book genre maps

Nadia Almahdi  February 27th, 2015 

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!

Children and art: How to be art literate

Michael Barrett  February 27th, 2015 

Most recently, Sesame Street placed the most unlikely of characters in an art museum: Cookie Monster. Our furry, blue friend, mostly known for his insatiable hunger and...

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The Worlds Collide convention is almost here...want to be a VIP? Sweepstakes!

Morgan Baden  February 27th, 2015 

Last week we announced the upcoming Worlds Collide convention. Now we're back with an exciting opportunity: you and your child could win a VIP pass to the...

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