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Here are the latest posts about Scholastic on The Write News:

Reader's Digest Sells Weekly Reader to Scholastic
Reader's Digest has sold its educational Weekly Reader brand to Scholastic. (February 14, 2012)

Scholastic Acquiring Chicken House Publishing
Scholastic Inc. (May 6, 2005)

Barbara Marcus to Leave Scholastic in July
Scholastic announced Barbara Marcus, President of Children's Book Publishing and Distribution and Executive Vice President of Scholastic Inc. (April 17, 2005)

Jason Alexander to Publish Children's Book
Scholastic, a children's book publisher, announced that it will publish a new picture book by first-time author -- comedian and actor Jason Alexander in May, 2005. (February 18, 2005)

Scholastic Acquires Self-Published Fantasy Series
Scholastic has acquired the North American book rights to Patrick Carman's self-published trilogy, The Land of Elyon, a new series set in a fantasy world in which animals can talk and enchanted stones can see the future. (January 7, 2005)

Scholastic Launches New Graphic Novel Imprint
In January 2005, Scholastic will launch its new graphic novel imprint, Graphix, with the publication of Jeff Smith's award-winning series Bone. (July 13, 2004)

Scholastic and LEGO Company Announce Publishing Partnership
Scholastic, a publisher and distributor of children's books, has signed a publishing deal with the LEGO Company. (June 25, 2004)

Scholastic to Publish Children's Book by Diane McWhorter
Scholastic, a publisher and distributor of children's books, announced that it will publish Pulitzer Prize-winning author Diane McWhorter's first book for young readers in October, 2004. (June 4, 2004)

Scholastic Acquires P.B. Kerr's New Children's Trilogy
Scholastic US and Scholastic UK have announced that the company has acquired the worldwide English language publishing rights for the first three novels of P. (January 2, 2004)

Harry Potter & the Order of Searches
It's been three years since the release of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fourth in the popular children's book series, and judging by the searches on Yahoo! Search, the magical spell remains unbroken. (June 13, 2003)

Scholastic Launches New Garth Nix Children's Fantasy Series
Scholastic has launched The Keys To The Kingdom, a new suspenseful fantasy series written by Garth Nix, The New York Times bestselling author of The Seventh Tower and Abhorsen. (June 6, 2003)

Scholastic and DreamWorks Announce Publishing Deal
Scholastic, a publisher and distributor of children's books, announced that it has been named the primary publishing licensee for DreamWorks' animated feature films. (December 13, 2002)

Scholastic Partners With The Book People
Scholastic has entered a strategic partnership with The Book People, the UK's largest direct seller of books. (July 12, 2002)

Scholastic Acquires Baby's First Book Club
Scholastic Corporation, a children's publishing and media company, announced that it has acquired Baby's First Book Club, a direct marketer of high quality, age-appropriate books and toys for young children, from Norwegian publisher Sandvik AS for $7. (April 5, 2002)

Scholastic Corporation Acquires Klutz
Scholastic Corporation announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Klutz, a publisher and creator of unusual books for children from Corus Entertainment, Inc. (March 8, 2002)

New Line and Scholastic To Film Philip Pullman Trilogy
New Line Cinema and Scholastic Entertainment have joined forces to bring Philip Pullman's Whitbread Award-winning His Dark Materials trilogy to the screen, it was announced by Toby Emmerich, New Line Cinema's president of production and Deborah Forte, producer of the project and executive vice president of Scholastic Entertainment. (February 15, 2002)

Scholastic Launches New Imprint for Teens
Scholastic, a children's publishing and media company, has announced the launch of PUSH, a new imprint for teens. (January 18, 2002)