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Here are the latest posts about Scholastic on Writers Write:

  • James Patterson to Donate $1.25 Million to School Libraries (2015-03-09): Bestselling author James Patterson is donating $1.25 million to school libraries in the U.S. Schools can apply for one of the grants and get bonus points from Scholastic.

  • Self-Published Teen Inks Deal With Scholastic (2015-03-07): Self-published teen author Aija Mayrock just inked a deal with Scholastic for an expanded version of her Book, The Survival Guide to Bullying.

  • Taylor Swift and Scholastic Team for Kids Writing Contest (2014-10-30): Grammy winning singer songwriter Taylor Swift has teamed up with Scholastic to sponsor a writing contest for kids. She reveals her goal to publish a book of poetry and a novel.

  • Ebook Usage Has Doubled Among Children, But Printed Books are Best For Bedtime (2013-01-29): Scholastic has released the fourth edition of its biannual Kids & Family Reading Report.

  • J.K. Rowling Says Her Next Book Will Be For Children (2012-10-12): J.K. Rowling revealed in a recent webcast that her next book will most likely be for children

  • Scholastic Releases Updated Hunger Games Sales Figures (2012-07-20): Scholastic has released updated figures for Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games trilogy.

  • Scholastic Announces Sales Figures for The Hunger Games Trilogy in the U.S. (2012-03-29): Scholastic announced today the amazing in-print figures for Suzanne Collins' bestselling The Hunger Games trilogy.

  • A Behind the Scenes Look at the Scholastic Headquarters in New York City (2011-10-20): Billy DiMichele, the VP of Corporate Productions at Scholastic, gave Media Bistro an insider's tour of the Scholastic building in New York City.

  • Scholastic Launching New Transmedia Imprint With Ruckus Media Group (2011-09-08): Scholastic announced that it has teamed up with Ruckus Media Group to launch a new children's transmedia imprint.

  • Scholastic and Penguin Offices Sprayed for Bedbugs (2009-09-03): The New York Observer reports that the offices of publisher Scholastic were evacuated in order to spray for bedbugs.