Guest Blogger

Guest Blogger's picture
First name: 
Guest Blogger

The alcohol facts every child needs to know

Guest Blogger April 4th, 2014

If you’re like most American parents, you probably enjoy a glass of wine or beer now and then. As such, your kids probably know there are special drinks for grown-ups only...

Read more

Bringing families together

Guest Blogger March 26th, 2014

In The Verge’s recent video feature, “The Future is Now,” president of Scholastic Media Deborah Forte discussed Scholastic’s goal in delivering unified on-screen...

Read more

Books we can't believe we've never read

Guest Blogger March 20th, 2014

Julia Graeper from the Education group is here with some confessions. We know you have some, too!

Storia Reader's Cup 2014: Catch March Madness with your favorite ebook characters!

Guest Blogger March 17th, 2014

March Madness is just getting started...and Blaike Hannay from the Storia team is here to announce the Storia March Madness game...with a literary twist! Read...

Read more

Happy 25th birthday to the World Wide Web

Guest Blogger March 12th, 2014

Earlier today, Satbir Bedi, Scholastic's Chief Technology Officer, sent the following note to Scholastic Technology Services staff. We liked it so...

Read more

What I know for sure

Guest Blogger March 10th, 2014

The following is an excerpt taken from It’s Not Complicated!

A global movement powered by the mighty read aloud

Guest Blogger February 27th, 2014

We're so pleased to welcome Pam Allyn, Executive Director and founder of LitWorld and LitLife, to the blog this afternoon. Pam is also a global reading...

Read more

I SURVIVED: Readers can pick the next book!

Guest Blogger February 19th, 2014

Welcome Harmonie Rosenberg to OOM! She's guest blogging today with a pretty exciting announcement...  

Our BIG valentine!

Guest Blogger February 14th, 2014

Happy Valentine’s Day—and Happy Birthday, Clifford!

Calling all kids: Announcing the STACKS Winter Reading Games!

Guest Blogger February 12th, 2014

We love the Olympic Games, but why should athletes get all the glory? At the STACKS, Scholastic’s website for kids ages 8-12, we believe readers deserve a major stage to...

Read more

Pages