Kid Reporters in the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps, the country’s oldest and largest student reporting program, have had a busy summer! From the campaign trail to Harry...Read more
Lauren Tarshis, author of the I Survived series, recently joined us on the podcast to talk about why her stories of survival resonate so deeply with young...Read more
Last week I walked by a display of every back-to-school item a kid could want: notebooks and pens, binders and folders, paper clips and push pins, locker mirrors and...Read more
Are you interested in books, literacy, or education? Take a look at a selection of our new job postings below, which we've highlighted as part of our "Career Corner"...Read more
Have you ever wondered how we archive all of the outstanding works of art submitted for the annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards?
Well, here's your backstage...Read more
Yesterday was Sisters Day, so today we're talking about twins! (Why not?) Twin sisters Giselle and Isabelle are at the center of Edwidge Danticat's novel...Read more
I may not be the world's biggest cat person (I can't help but be Team Dog), but even I think Dr. KittyCat is adorable, and charming, and witty. And since today is ...Read more
Today on OOM we’re celebrating the Olympics! The Opening Ceremony takes place tonight in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, kicking off a little more than two weeks of sporting...Read more
When Scholastic classroom magazine editor Lauren Tarshis began writing, the original idea she had for a series was to write "four little, simple historical fiction books...Read more
Sunday is National Sisters Day, and in addition to spending some time with our siblings, we’re also reading some great books from Scholastic to celebrate. Check out the...Read more
The last time I went to the Scholastic Archives for this series, I not only found some adorable kitten posters, but also these ancient (just kidding!) media artifacts:...Read more
My four-year-old daughter will be entering pre-K next month, and needs a little help getting ready and calm for this big transition.
More than 2 million copies of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two sold in the first 48 hoursAugust 3rd, 2016
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two script book, the eighth Harry Potter story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne, published in the U....Read more
The iconic series celebrates its 30th anniversary today!
On Monday, July 25, the 2016 Democratic National Convention kicked off in Philadelphia, PA!
Over the weekend, readers dressed up, attended midnight parties, and stayed up all night to read the eighth Harry Potter story, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts...Read more
The Summer Reading Road Trip has come to an end! 10,000 miles, 25+ cities, and thousands of happy kids later, we're rounding up some of our favorite...Read more
San Diego Comic Con was this past week, and Scholastic authors and illustrators had a blast at this year’s installment. Check out the slideshow below to see some of our...Read more
One way librarians respond to current events is with a program. Another option is to create a book list or subject guide. But the most visual method of sharing information...Read more
If you were in SoHo, New York City last Thursday and happened to walk by the Scholastic building, you could tell something was up. First of all, there were no cars parked...Read more
This heat wave—excuse me, heat dome—is getting on my last nerve. I love summer and sunshine, but these days, it's too hot to even leave the office here in New York to grab...Read more
It's been five days since the #mugglemub took SoHo by surprise, filling the streets with Harry Potter magic (and onlookers' cameras with some stunning pictures and video...Read more