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Smith leaves Scholastic to join Macmillan Children's Books

Scholastic’s publisher for fiction and picture books, Sam Smith, is leaving the firm to join Macmillan Children’s Books (MCB). Read more

Pictures of the week

Scottish Book Trust celebrate Book Week Scotland in this week's pictures round-up, while Hachette hosts its first Women For Refugee book club and Liz Pichon... Read more

Pictures of the week

Scholastic reveals the cover for the forthcoming The Hunger Games prequel in this week's pictures round-up, while Bonnier holds a "pink party" for Breast Cancer Awareness Month... Read more

New Hunger Games book title and cover revealed by Scholastic

Scholastic has announced the next instalment in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games series will be called The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.  ... Read more

Scholastic wins 'heated' auction for middle-grade debut

Scholastic has won a "heated" auction for a middle-grade debut about an 11-year-old with a stammer who wants to become a stand-up comedian.... Read more

Bell calls for publishing to 'reflect all children' in bid to boost reading

At The Bookseller Children’s Conference today, Scholastic co-managing director Catherine Bell urged publishing to "reflect all children" and engage parents so they can read to their... Read more

Scholastic reports 7% rise in revenue for 2020 first quarter

Scholastic has reported a 7% rise in revenue for its first quarter results to $232.6m (£185m) due partly to its YA titles and graphic novels... Read more

Scholastic to relocate school-facing warehouses to one site

Scholastic UK has announced plans to relocate its two English schools-facing warehouses to one Warwickshire site. Read more

Children's Conference 2019: Q&A with Scholastic UK's Catherine Bell

The woman at the helm of one of the UK’s largest children’s specialists discusses the challenges and opportunities in the modern-day global publishing market.  ... Read more

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

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