The Scholastic Book Fair has stood the test of time. Just about every school has one -- not to mention those monthly Scholastic Book Club brochures you find crumpled in your child's backpack. Some things have changed, though. Over the past year there...
Every four years since 1940, Scholastic Magazine has asked young readers to pick the next president. In all but two of those 'elections', the kids have chosen the candidate who went on to win the presidency (they failed to predict Harry Truman in 194...
Normally I stay very far away from politics in my Blogging Baby posts, but I found this editorial too fascinating to pass up. I've never really thought about where our school teachers get their material from, but I guess it's something I should consi...
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