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Scholastic to Publish Activism Book by Marley Dias, 12-Year-Old #1000BlackGirlBooks Founder, in Spring 2018

New York, NY—February 2, 2017—Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education, and media company, has acquired world rights to an activism book written by Marley Dias, the 12 year-old social activist behind #1000BlackGirlBooks—an international movement to collect and donate children’s books that feature Black girls as the lead character.

Scholastic Announces Nonfiction Holocaust Reader for Classrooms

Contact:

Kristen Joerger
kjoerger@scholastic.com
212-389-3343

Book for Grades 7-10 Includes Primary-Source Materials, Activities, Lesson Plans, and More for Students and Teachers

 

Scholastic Launches New Subscription-Based Digital Reading Programs for Schools

Contact:
Kristen Joerger
kjoerger@scholastic.com
(212) 389-3343

 

Storia® School Edition Offers 2,000 Fiction, Nonfiction and Classic Children’s eBooks
for Pre-K to Grade 6 for Group and Independent Classroom Reading

Core Clicks™ Nonfiction Leveled Instructional Program
Supports K–5 Content Area Reading in Social Studies and Science

 

Scholastic, Mars Institute and Seti Institute Take Flight with the Launch of New Nonfiction Book "MISSION: MARS"

Contact:
Sara Sinek, ssinek@scholastic.com, (212) 343-6899
Michael Barrett, mbarrett@scholastic.com, (212) 343-6570
Karen Randall, krandall@seti.org, (650) 960-4537
Elaine Walker, elaine.walker@marsinstitute.net, (480) 388-0710

 

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