children's books

School is Out, Learning Apps are In: New Ways to Keep Reading and Math Skills Sharp During Summer

May 10, 2012

 

FREE Apps, Storia™, Sushi Monster™ and the Scholastic Reading Timer, reinforce essential skills in a way that's fun for kids

 

Scholastic Predicts the Hottest New Children's Books of the 2011 Holiday Season

November 7, 2011

 

Children’s literacy experts at Scholastic Book Clubs and Book Fairs offer recommendations to help holiday shoppers

 

Scholastic Inks Deal to Offer Sourcebooks' Children's Titles as E-Books on new Scholastic E-Reading App

September 19, 2011

 

Bestselling frontlist and backlist titles for children to be available as e-books and enriched e-books

 

Scholastic International Introduces the Everyday Book Box for Educators and Students

August 4, 2011

Low-cost quality book sets available in a range of reading levels for use in school or at home

New York, NY (August 4, 2011) – Scholastic Inc., the global children's publishing education and media company, today announced the launch of the Everyday Book Box, a leveled reading English-language book collection designed for the international market.

Kids Across America Take the Scholastic Summer Challenge to Stop the Summer Slide

Free Online Summer Reading Program Continues to Motivate Kids to Read for Fun, Friendly Competition and a Good Cause with Save the Children’s U.S. Programs

Even Celebrities Like Brendan Fraser, Meg Cabot, Keke Palmer, and The Naked Brothers Band Are Reading “4 or More” Books This Summer

Scholastic Book Clubs Sells Its 6 Billionth Book in 2009

NEW YORK, NY — May 13, 2009 — Scholastic Book Clubs announced today it has now sold more than 6 billion books since the business was founded 60 years ago.

Scholastic Book Clubs, a division of Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, passed the 6 billion book mark this school year. For 60 years, Scholastic Book Clubs has provided quality books and reading materials to children and teachers through a school-based ordering system

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