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"My Bookprint": The stories (and characters) that shape us

Guest Blogger  January 10th, 2018 

Our new spring 2018 intern, Amanda Livingston, talks about the children's books that continue to inspire her today.

Scholastic Book Clubs flyer reveal: New year, new books with the Book Boys

Michael Barrett  January 10th, 2018 

The Book Boys select their top picks for the January 2018 Scholastic Book Clubs flyers. Tune-in for their Facebook Live event on Wednesday, January 10th...

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Celebrate Poetry at Work Day

Michael Barrett  January 9th, 2018 

Staff from The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers share their favorite poems.

Career Corner: A January Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  January 4th, 2018 

Happy New Year from Scholatic!

Scholastic Parents: Get kids reading with a "New Year Reading Challenge"

Michael Barrett  January 2nd, 2018 

Scholastic Parents created a special #NewYearReadingChallenge reading activity calendar to motivate kids to become frequent independent readers. 

On the podcast: Holiday book lists and trends to watch for in 2018

Emily Morrow  December 21st, 2017 

We've just released a new podcast episode! This week, we're celebrating the holidays and starting to look ahead to 2018.

Our best education stories of 2017

Julia Graeper  December 19th, 2017 

All of these stories are either really smart, or funny, or full of heart, or offers a new and exciting way to think about the education topics we grapple with all day long...

95 years in 95 days: Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Michael Barrett  December 18th, 2017 

Follow @artandwriting on Instagram to get an insider's look at its 95-year history celebrating America's creative teens.

I got married in a bookstore and it was magic

Emily Morrow  December 18th, 2017 

Reader, I married him. 

But let me back up a bit: As a lifelong bookworm, Jane Eyre fan, and social media manager, after my boyfriend proposed (using a line from...

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10 memorable Kid Reporter moments of 2017

Brittany Sullivan  December 15th, 2017 

This was an action-packed year for the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps—a team of talented young reporters, ages 10–14, from across the country and around...

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Students add new, free books to their home libraries thanks to My Very Own Library

Josephine Djonovic  December 14th, 2017 

This week, I attended a My Very Own Library event at the Roberto Clemente School in Newark, NJ. Roberto Clemente School is one of the 31 schools...

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Holiday Gift Guide: Scholastic Parent & Child® 2017 Gold Star Toys Announced

Josephine Djonovic  December 13th, 2017 

Scholastic Parent & Child® is excited to announce the winners of its fifth annual Gold Star Toy Awards. This year’s 15 winning children’s toys and games are...

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Hanukkah books and resources

Morgan Baden  December 12th, 2017 

Hanukkah begins at sundown on December 12. (Hey, that's today!) We have plenty of book lists and activities for families to help celebrate this special time of year. 

Career Corner: A December Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  December 12th, 2017 

This month, Scholastic has some new job postings highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series. Perhaps you'd be the right fit for one! As always, you can also...

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Live from our library: Holiday book gifts for kids

Emily Morrow  December 8th, 2017 

Scholastic's librarian Deimosa Webber-Bey went live on our Scholastic Parents Facebook page this afternoon to share her recommendations for the perfect books to gift the...

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Kid Reporter Update: Interview with Scholastic CEO, Dick Robinson

Brittany Sullivan  December 8th, 2017 

In November, Scholastic President & CEO Dick Robinson received the National Book Foundation's 2017 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American...

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The right to a safe, comfy bedtime for all children

Michael Barrett  December 8th, 2017 

Many of our favorite childhood memories are of our families reading aloud a favorite book before bedtime. Whether it was curling up to Clifford the Big Red Dog or...

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Scholastic Book Clubs flyer reveal: The Book Boys preview the December flyers

Michael Barrett  December 7th, 2017 

By Jamie Turak - Scholastic Book Clubs

The Book Boys are ready for the holidays with some great reads! Here are some of the Boys’ top picks from the...

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Throwback Thursday: the Dewey Decimal System

Gina Asprocolas  December 7th, 2017 

If you're a librarian, or fan of libraries, December 10th is a very special day for you: it's Dewey Decimal System Day

The Dewey Decimal System...

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The 10 coolest kids we met in 2017

Brittany Sullivan  December 7th, 2017 

This year, the editors of Scholastic Classroom Magazines featured the real-life stories of some truly extraordinary kids who are overcoming obstacles,...

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Reading regrets

Julia Graeper  December 6th, 2017 

Later on, I couldn't stop thinking about what I had read. It was a year and a half ago, and certain scenes still pop into my head and stun me.

15 librarians to follow on Instagram

Brittany Sullivan  December 5th, 2017 

It’s no secret that school librarians and libraries play a critical role in today’s schools and have a positive impact on student learning (don’t miss the School...

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Our favorite Scholastic Book Fairs social media moments of 2017

Josephine Djonovic  December 4th, 2017 

As 2017 comes to a close, we decided to take a look back at some of our favorite Scholastic Book Fairs moments from the year...

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Have you heard of "dessert books?"

Julia Graeper  December 1st, 2017 

Here's what you need to bookmark for your evening reading from my favorite blog, Reader Leader. (Click on each title below to follow the link.)

Rosa Parks refused to stand

Loribelle Lapaix  December 1st, 2017 

On this date in 1955, Rosa Parks, a black seamstress, boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama and made history helping ignite the Civil Rights Movement....

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