Tips for educators on World Teachers’ Day

Alexandra Wladich  October 2nd, 2014 

Saturday, October 5, is World Teachers’ Day. World Teachers’ Day was created to support educators and ensure that the needs of future generations will be met by all...

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Spot the Beedle, get an autographed book!

Guest Blogger  October 2nd, 2014 

In the fictional town of Midnight Gulch, the Beedle is known for his anonymous acts of kindness. This week, we recommend you read A Snicker of Magic...

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The best field trip I ever took...

Morgan Baden  October 1st, 2014 

In seventh grade, my school hosted something called the Pinelands Experience: a three-day camping trip for all students, where we were bussed out to a solitary campground...

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31 days of Goosebumps

Guest Blogger  October 1st, 2014 

October means Halloween, and Halloween means creepy, spooky, scary… Goosebumps! In honor of the holiday, Goosebumps is celebrating ‘31 Days of Goosebumps’ on our...

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Carol Jago: My Life as a Reader

Megan Kaesshaefer  September 30th, 2014 

Carol Jago is an author of six books for teachers and has taught English in middle and high school for 32 years.

"You can feel the confidence and energy:" A guest post from Scholastic CEO Dick Robinson

Guest Blogger  September 30th, 2014 

Ever wonder what it’s like to work at Scholastic, and why employees here are so passionate? Here’s our CEO, Dick Robinson, clarifying it in a recent speech to...

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Recapping the Art.Write.Now.POP-UP!

Brittany Sullivan  September 30th, 2014 

Last week at Scholastic Headquarters in SoHo, New York, the nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists & Writers hosted the second annual Art.Write.Now.POP-UP!...

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Books for newborns

Morgan Baden  September 29th, 2014 

Starting next week I'll be out on maternity leave, getting ready to have my first baby. I feel as prepared as one can feel in these situations, except in one area: books...

Time for a pop quiz!

Nadia Almahdi  September 29th, 2014 

Happy Monday! It's time for a pop quiz. I dreaded those words when I was in school, but here's a round up of some fun quizzes (no grades on these -- we promise!).

In Our Feeds: Proper book care, benefits of writing, and amazing art

Nadia Almahdi  September 26th, 2014 

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!

Mexican art fun with Miguel!

Guest Blogger  September 26th, 2014  Comments • 1

All month, Maya & Miguel will be on OOM weekly to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Last week: cooking with Abuela; today, we're making art with Miguel!

The Earth, Teen Books, and Other Big Banned Things

Deimosa Webber-Bey  September 26th, 2014  Comments • 1

I had one book challenged during my tenure as a teen librarian, and it was The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things, by Carolyn Mackler.

Banned Books Week 2014: Spotlight on Jeff Smith, bestselling creator of the Bone series

Stephanie Smith  September 25th, 2014 

All week long we have been celebrating Banned Books Week here on OOM. As you may know, this week brings together all bookophiles and helps raise awareness of the freedom...

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"Comics have always been misunderstood:" Happy National Comic Book Day!

Guest Blogger  September 25th, 2014 

Barry Lyga is here to talk about National Comic Book Day!

Scholastic reports first quarter Fiscal 2015 results

Scholastic  September 25th, 2014 

Earlier today, Scholastic reported its first quarter Fiscal 2015 results, which you can read here in the press release.