Today, the 2014 class of the National Student Poets Program (NSPP), the nation’s highest honor for teen poets presenting original work, was...Read more
We’re back for one last epic interview with 39 Clues fan favorite author and interviewer, Jude Watson. Jude is an author of six 39 Clues books and has been interviewing...Read more
Last week, I rounded up 10 of my favorite Twitter accounts for Word Nerds; this week, I'm rounding up something else: my five biggest grammatical pet peeves.
It has been 225 years since the United States Constitution went into effect in 1789, and you can never have too many resources for teaching this essential...Read more
Hi clue-hunters! We are thrilled that you’ve joined us for the next installment of our interviews featuring the new authors in The 39 Clues: Doublecross series...Read more
Attention fans of The 39 Clues! We are so excited about The 39 Clues: Doublecross, a new 4-book spin-off the mega-popular series for tweens. We’re also thrilled...Read more
"No offense, but...I really didn't like this book." A member of my book club began our discussion in this way, looking apologetically at our meeting's host, who...Read more
Yesterday marked the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15). During this month, we recognize and celebrate the heritage, culture, and...Read more
Time is running out to submit an application for the 2014-2015 Scholastic News Kids Press Corps!
Our kids are eating too much salt. In fact, most children are consuming more than twice the American Heart Association’s daily recommendation...Read more
We are extremely excited to announce that the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards call for submissions is now open! We loved what the Alliance for Young Artists...Read more
In Our Feeds: Waterproof paper, public libraries as seen through photographs, and how the Internet has changed the way we readSeptember 12th, 2014
You know it's been a busy week when OOMers submit 13 links for the In Our Feeds round-up. (And that's not counting the three I found....) Looks like we've got ya...Read more
As seen in Education Week, according to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, elementary students who participated in music programs for two years...Read more
In 2002, Scholastic released Born Confused, a groundbreaking work—the first–ever South