Kids & Family Reading Report

New Rising Voices Classroom Library from Scholastic and David C. Banks Celebrates the Stories of Black and Latino Boys

Contacts:
Brittany Sullivan, Scholastic, bsullivan@scholastic.com, 212-343-4848
Stephanie Agresti, Scholastic, sagresti@scholastic.com, 212-343-7819
Alastair Pearson, The TASC Group, alastair@thetascgroup.com, 212-337-8870

Books and Instructional Materials for Grades K–5 Promote Positive Representation and Broaden the World for All Students Through Literature

University of Chicago Helps Elementary Students Build Home Libraries

My Very Own Library program to provide free books to students in U.S. cities and Dominican Republic 

CHICAGO – The University of Chicago is helping thousands of students kick start their home libraries this year by partnering with schools, nonprofit organizations, and Scholastic Book Fairs,  to provide half a million free books through the UChicago My Very Own Library literacy program.

Scholastic Biennial Survey Reveals Young Readers Face Challenges in Finding Their Stories

 Kids & Family Reading Report™: 7th Edition explores how reading helps children navigate the world, the importance of diversity in characters and storylines, the impact of book access & reading role models and more 

2017 Holiday Gift Guide From Scholastic Highlights What Kids Want in Books

Contact: Mike Barrett, Scholastic, mbarrett@scholastic.com, 212-343-6570

Scholastic provides gift givers 30 top children’s book picks for kids ages 0–17, based on key research findings from the Scholastic Kids & Family Reading Report™: 6th Edition

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