Scholastic will next year publish a prequel to Suzanne Collins’ bestselling The Hunger Games series in the UK, US, Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.... Read more
Nice Work for the Cat and the King by Nick Sharratt (Alison Green Books/Scholastic) has won The Alligator’s Mouth Award for illustrated children’s fiction.... Read more
Scholastic Corp has lowered its 2019 revenue forecast to $1.64bn, down from previous estimates of $1.65-1.7bn, for the financial year ending 31st May 2019.
Scholastic UK has acquired a middle-grade fiction title by Roman Kemp and Vick Hope, DJs on Capital FM’s Breakfast Show, written in collaboration with Chloe... Read more
Scholastic has joined firms—including Warner Bros—investing in Picturestart, a new media company releasing entertainment that will “discover and celebrate diverse voices”.
Scholastic has sold Liz Pichon’s new novel, Shoe Wars, into 12 territories and has notched up a 45th translation deal for her Tom Gates series.... Read more
Scholastic will this autumn publish a new picture book by the creators of The Wonky Donkey, which hit the bestseller lists after a video of a Scottish... Read more
Children’s publisher Scholastic has revealed a median gender pay gap of 8.8%, a fraction up on last year’s 8.5% but still less half the national... Read more
Scholastic has reported a revenue rise of 4% year-on-year in its third quarter for the three months to 28th February, increasing from $344.7m (£261.3) to... Read more
Scholastic has acquired the UK and Commonwealth rights to The Switching Hour, a middle-grade novel about a creature that snatches children to eat their dreams,... Read more