If you happened to walk by The Scholastic Store in New York City this past week, you may have found yourself stopping to ask, “Who is that artist in the window?”
“Always use the proper name for things. Fear of a name increases fear of the thing itself," Professor Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
We've got a guest post to share with you! It's from the editors over at Scholastic's Parent & Child Magazine. Enjoy!
As we celebrate World Space Week (October 4th - October 11th), Scholastic announces the launch of its new nonfiction book, MISSION: MARS
Last week we told you about our new project, The Art of Read Every Day, which features artwork from 13 of our favorite children's book illustrators, along...Read more
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!
If you walk into a bookstore tomorrow, you might notice that things are a little, well...alien.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of talented students from across the nation submit their unique works to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, a national program...Read more
Last week, the Scholastic Family and Community Engagement (FACE) team traveled to Florida for the 3rd Annual Family and Community Engagement Symposium.
I can’t say books were an escape. Don’t get me wrong. I love a good fairytale, but I saw books and their imaginative worlds and characters as a tool to get through some of...Read more
Yesterday we announced the launch of a new project, The Art of Read Every Day, which features gorgeous artwork from a line up of talented children's book...Read more
Each year, National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15th to October 15th. During this month, our country honors the generations of Hispanic Americans...Read more
October is National Bullying Prevention month. While it’s unfortunate that the issue of bullying has become so prominent over the years, the reality is that today’s...Read more
"Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life." is our company's global literacy campaign, the backbone of all that we do here. Helping children gain access to books, improve their...Read more
There's something pretty special happening in our NYC headquarters this week! Even if you're not in NYC, though, you can follow along!
Every Friday, we share a handful of links that we found funny, provocative or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!
It's the...Read more
Did you know that today is National Love Note Day? To celebrate, we have a great guest post from Maggie McGuire at the Scholastic Parents Raise a Reader blog with some...Read more
On Saturday, hundreds of museums around the country will open their doors for free as part of the Smithsonian's Museum Day!
Growing up, I was definitely a diary kind of girl. From the hardcover journals with the little gold locks to the electronic Dear Diary toy of the mid-90s (#...Read more
I haven't quite gone sweater shopping yet but Sunday was the first day of Fall!
Fall has so many great holidays...Halloween, Thanksgiving, National Punctuation Day...Read more
What if I told you in order to get a full clean bill-of-health from your pediatrician, you should read aloud to your child daily?
Last week, Pam Allyn joined us for a "Back to School Night"-themed chat on the Scholastic Facebook page. Pam is a literacy expert, the founder of LitWorld...Read more
It is National Punctuation Day.
Or should I say: 'It's National Punctuation Day!'?
Books can entertain us, educate us, enlighten us. And sometimes, books can help promote peace.