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Scholastic reports operating income drop of 55%

Scholastic Inc's operating income for the fiscal year ending 31st May fell 55% to $25m (£20.3m), despite a 2% increase in revenues to $1.65bn (£1.34bn),... Read more

Pan Macmillan leads the Big Four as fiction fires up Faber’s sales in 2019

For the third time in five years, Pan Macmillan has been the standout performer among Britain’s Big Four publishers at the half-way mark, this time doing... Read more

Eishar Brar to join Knights Of

Scholastic's Eishar Brar will join indie publisher Knights Of in the newly created role of editorial director next month.  Read more

Alesha Dixon teams up with Katy Birchall for young teen series

TV presenter Alesha Dixon is writing a young teen series with author Katy Birchall, with the first book out with Scholastic in March. ... Read more

Pictures of the week

Profile, Canongate and Ladybird celebrate their 2019 autumn lists in this week's pictures round-up, while The Mainstreet Trading Company sports a Gruffalo-inspired window illustration. Read more

Scholastic to publish Hunger Games prequel

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

Nick Sharratt wins Alligator’s Mouth Award for illustrated fiction

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 lowers revenue forecast

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. Read more

Capital FM DJs Kemp and Hope sign with Scholastic

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 invests in 'diverse' media firm Picturestart

Scholastic has joined firms—including Warner Bros—investing in Picturestart, a new media company releasing entertainment that will “discover and celebrate diverse voices”. Read more

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