Scholastic Teaching Resources

Children's & YA Literature

    • 5 Questions With…

    Five Questions With... Abby Hanlon (Dory Fantasmagory)

    The author of Dory Fantasmagory talks about art and having her most helpful critics at home.

    • K-12 Book Reviews

    Counting and Questioning With Math and Science Books

    Literacy doesn't end in language arts. Science and math books need a focus as well.

    • K-12 Book Reviews

    Book Reviews: Reading Beyond the Words

    Examining picture books present great challenges to both readers and authors/illustrators as they no longer rely on words.
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    Five Questions With... Rachel Vail (Unfriended)

    Rachel Vail writes on all levels, from picture books to The Huffington Post.

    • K-12 Book Reviews

    Books to Motivate Every Reader

    These titles can draw in struggling readers and still challenge more confident ones.

    • K-12 Book Reviews

    Appreciating the Fall, Celebrating the Scary

    Celebrate the season with some fall-minded new releases, reviewed by the Children's Literature and Reading Special Interest Group.

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    Taking a Few Extra Minutes for Books That Make You Think

    Each year we look at the current books that make us linger—and think—a little longer.
    • Anita’s Picks

    Teen Reads for Middle Grades

    In honor of "Teen Reads" week, Anita Silvey picks some of her favorite books for middle readers.
    • K-12 Book Reviews

    Developing as a Teacher Through Books

    When teachers spend time reading for professional development, they need the best books around. The CL/R SIG reviewed some recent PD releases.

    • 5 Questions With…

    5 Questions With... Duncan Tonatiuh (Separate is Never Equal)

    Duncan Tonatiuh brings Mexican-American past and present to the very colorful page.
    • K-12 Book Reviews

    The Best of How Literature Can Address Bullying

    In honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, Barbara Ward reviews a host of books that address the problem, and its roots.
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    Motivating Readers With Humor

    In surveys of children’s reading preferences, funny books often top their lists, from classic stories of a motorcycle-riding mouse to the more recent pigeon who wants to drive a bus.

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