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Here are the latest posts about Scholastic on Readers Read:

  • Scholastic to Publish New Hunger Games Title, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (2019-10-11): Scholastic has announced it will publish a new novel by Suzanne Collins set in The Hunger Games universe. It is called The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

  • Scholastic Unveils New Harry Potter Covers by Brian Selznick (2018-05-17): Scholastic has unveiled new covers it will publish for the Harry Potter series. The covers are illustrated by Brian Selznick.

  • Scholastic Signs Major Licensing Deal With American Girl (2016-07-11): Get ready for a massive rollout of American doll books. American Girl has teamed up with Scholastic to massively expand the book series about the iconic dolls.

  • Scholastic Announces Summer Reading Road Trip (2016-05-23): Scholastic is embarking on a Summer Reading Road Trip with RVs going on a 25+ city road trip.

  • Scholastic to Publish Assassin's Creed Young Adult Book Series (2016-04-16): Scholastic has announced a collaboration with Ubisoft to publish a young adult book series set in the Assassin's Creed universe.

  • Scholastic to Launch World of Warcraft Book Series for Kids Ages 8-12 (2016-04-14): Scholastic and Blizzard Entertainment have announced the launch of a World of Warcraft book series for kids ages 8-12. It set for a November 2016 release.

  • Scholastic and Lego Extend Book Deal Through 2019 (2015-10-06): Scholastic and Lego have extended their book publishing deal through 2019. The Lego brands involved include City, Ninjago, Bionicle, Star Wars, Lego DC and more.

  • Scholastic Announces Groovy Joe Picture Books (2015-09-29): Scholastic has announced it will publish a picture book series called Groovy Joe starting in Fall 2016.

  • Study: Reading to Children Past Toddlerhood Increases Child's Love of Reading (2015-01-08): The new Scholastic report about children and reading finds that reading to kids long after toddlerhood increases a child's love of reading.

  • Usher to Host Live Webcast to Promote Scholastic's Literacy Program (2014-09-09): R&B superstar Usher has teamed up with Scholastic to promote reading and the love of books. He will do a live webcast on November 6th.

  • Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon to Publish Christmas Picture Book with Scholastic (2014-01-24): Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon will be publishing a holiday children's picture book with Scholastic, Roc and Roe's Twelve Days of Christmas

  • Scholastic Acquires Inbali Iserles' I Am Fox Series (2013-10-16): Scholastic has announced the acquisition of a middle grade fantasy series called I Am Fox. It will debut in 2015.

  • Scholastic to Publish Children's Fantasy Novel by David Baldacci (2013-08-14): Scholastic has acquried a children's fantasy novel by David Baldacci. The Finisher will be published on March 4, 2014

  • Scholastic Announces New Harry Potter Covers (2013-02-16): Scholastic has announced new Harry Potter book covers. The cover art was created by Kazu Kibuishi.

  • Scholastic to Publish Spirit Animals Fantasy Adventure Series (2013-01-18): Scholastic has announced plans to publish a seven book fantasy series called Spirit Animals.

  • Scholastic Celebrates 50 Years of Clifford The Big Red Dog (2012-07-20): Scholastic will kick off the 50th anniversary celebration of Clifford the Big Red Dog on September 24th.

  • Scholastic Announces New Series by Maggie Stiefvater (2012-02-15): Scholastic has announced it will publish a new series, The Raven Cycle, by author Maggie Stiefvater.

  • Scholastic Announces Infinity Ring Series (2011-12-27): Scholastic has announced plans to launch Infinity Ring, an alternate-history time travel series for readers ages 8-12.

  • Scholastic Pulls Plug on Bratz Dolls Books (2008-09-18): Scholastic has decided to pull the plug on the Bratz dolls books, because of complaints from parents that the dolls are too sexy for young children and promote an inappropriate message.

  • Scholastic Severs Ties With Controversial 9/11 Film (2006-09-11): Scholastic has severed its ties with the much-criticized docudrama The Path to 9/11, because the film contained misleading and inaccurate information.