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What do urban tweens want for afterschool arts programs?

Anne Sparkman  November 13th, 2013 

Each and every day at Scholastic, we are surrounding by brilliant works of art that were each created by teens through the Scholastic Art &

Fun games that play with words!

Kristen Joerger  November 12th, 2013  Comments • 6

Another great guest post today from Maggie McGuire of the Scholastic Parents Raise a Reader blog! Today, Maggie shares some of her family's favorite word games!...

It's Book Fair season!

Lia Zneimer  November 12th, 2013  Comments • 5
Across the world, schools are holding Scholastic Book Fairs. Recently, many of them have sent us photos of their Fairs via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Below, a round-up... Read more

Meet the artist: Kadir Nelson

Megan Kaesshaefer  November 11th, 2013  Comments • 3

This week, we continue to highlight the gorgeous artwork from our Art of Read Every Day project. Comprised of 13 illustrations, the collection celebrates the joy and...

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In Our Feeds: Butterbeer, Monopoly and a great football team!

Michael Strouse  November 8th, 2013 

Every Friday, we share a handful of links we found interesting, provocative, funny — or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a...

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Holiday preview!

Michael Strouse  November 8th, 2013 

My holiday shopping is done. I've wrapped and labeled most of the gifts already.

This may seem slightly crazy but December is my busiest time at work and shopping...

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From the mixed-up files of Scholastic

Anne Sparkman  November 8th, 2013 

Forgive my Friday morning pun but I couldn't help myself. Not only do I love the classic book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler but I love a...

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Storia wants to buy your ticket to see Catching Fire!

Kristen Joerger  November 6th, 2013 

I don't know about you, but I'm counting the days until the next movie in the Hunger Games series, Catching Fire, hits theaters (16 days, to be exact)!

Sneak Peek: Spotlit Highlights Animal Heroes and Book Awards

Michael Barrett  November 5th, 2013 

I can't believe it's already the holiday shopping season.

Actor Asa Butterfield shares a special reading message

Megan Kaesshaefer  November 4th, 2013  Comments • 2

Asa Butterfield visited our offices the other day to record this special reading message. "I'm not just an actor, I'm also a reader," he stresses in the video. He also...

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Top tips for National Novel Writing Month

Lia Zneimer  November 4th, 2013 

It's hard to believe it's already November! That means it's officially time for hot apple cider, cozy sweaters, and, of course, National Novel Writing Month (...

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Meet the artist: Yuyi Morales

Megan Kaesshaefer  November 4th, 2013  Comments • 6

This week, as part of our Art of Read Every Day campaign, we're highlighting the work of children's book illustrator Yuyi Morales! 

In Our Feeds: Literary ghouls, NaNoWriMo inspiration, and the Jane Austen scandal

Lia Zneimer  November 1st, 2013 

Every Friday, we share a handful of links we found interesting, provocative, funny — or just plain cool. We call it In...

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Scholastic’s Trade Book Publishing Division celebrates Halloween with R.L. Stine

Emma Brockway  October 31st, 2013 

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. I take my costumes very seriously and it’s the one day when candy can supplement my every meal. Yesterday Halloween...

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A Halloween-themed #ThrowBackThursday

Megan Kaesshaefer  October 31st, 2013 

It's Halloween. And it's Thursday. This gave me only one option: create a Halloween-themed #ThrowBackThursday sildeshow. Yes, I've collected old photographs of the On Our...

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A fright-filled day

Morgan Baden  October 30th, 2013 

Tomorrow is Halloween! That means we spent our day today:

 

A. getting some social media spooks with R.L. Stine

B. eating Halloween-themed cupcakes

"I'm Nobody! Who are you?"

Suzanne McCabe  October 29th, 2013 

Emily Dickinson died more than a century ago. But the Belle of Amherst still speaks to us. Her disdain for convention would be recognizable to anyone who challenges the...

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What will our children be for Halloween this year?

Jessica Watson  October 29th, 2013 

Michael and I have been struggling with the age old question that faces parents of toddlers in late October – what will our children be for Halloween this year?

As...

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Meet the artist: Jeff Kinney

Megan Kaesshaefer  October 28th, 2013 

By now, you should all about our new project, The Art of Read Every Day. (If not, here's a quick recap: The Art of Read Every Day features artwork from 13 of our favorite...

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I SPY a Spooky Giveaway

Lia Zneimer  October 25th, 2013  Comments • 36

Halloween is just around the corner, and we have a guest post from Scholastic Media's Amabel Ryan about a spook-tacular giveaway!

Kazu Kibuishi's magical world of the library

Megan Kaesshaefer  October 25th, 2013 

This week, we've shared with you Kazu Kibuishi's illustration and companion resources that are a part of our Art of Read Every Day campaign. We recently had each Art of...

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In Our Feeds: Well-read pumpkins, Stephen King, viral videos and more!

Michael Barrett  October 25th, 2013 

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 good weekend!

...

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Choices magazine, now on the Kindle Fire!

Kristen Joerger  October 24th, 2013  Comments • 2

Big news from Choices magazine today -- we're now available on the Kindle Fire!

Confessions of a reading one-upper

Megan Kaesshaefer  October 24th, 2013  Comments • 1

It happened again this weekend. I was chatting with friends over lunch, when one of them casually mentioned she had just picked up a new book, Tenth of December,...

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The view from Frankfurt, guest post by Scholastic’s Foreign Rights Team

Emma Brockway  October 24th, 2013 

Today OOM welcomes Noël Baca Castex, Janelle DeLuise, Caite Panzer, Hillary Doyle, and Veronica Grijalva (pictured from left to right, photo credit: Christina...

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