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Rick Riordan Makes His 'Mark'
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Go, Reader, Go!: Read Across America 2012
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New Books from Old Masters: Seuss, Sendak, and Silverstein
Getting Apps Approved: Two Case Studies
Are Teen Novels Dark and Depraved — or Saving Lives?
$1 Million to a Literary Site Called Figment – And It's Not Imaginary
Why Libraries Should – and May Be – Hawking Hocking (Soon)
Reaching the e-Teen
Facing Challenges, First Book Keeps on Giving
Don't Write the Obit For Picture Books Yet
Scholastic Releases Study on Future of Bookworms – and E-Bookworms
Q & A with Blue Balliett
Melissa Marr Is on a Wicked, Lovely Roll
The Digital Revolution in Children's Publishing
Are Children's Publishers Destroying Rainforests?
‘The Metal Children’: Life Inspiring Art
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Katherine Paterson to Adapt St. Francis for Her Next Project
The iPad Meets the Children's Book
Rick Riordan's Big Year
Children's Literature Gets a New Ambassador
Katherine Paterson: Madam Ambassador
Fall 2009 Flying Starts: Malinda Lo
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It's a Story, It's a Cartoon, It's a... Moving Picture Book
Riordan Sets His Sights on Egypt
YA or Not YA?: 'Stitches' Gets NBA Nomination
The Wimp Factor
'Wimpy Kid 4' Print Run Upped to Four Million
A Pooh Party: Eeyore, Piglet and Pooh Return
Children's Books: An Angelic Autumn
Namelos Editions to Publish Electronic and POD Books
Counting Down to 'Catching Fire'
A New Look for ‘Liar’
Justine Larbalestier’s Cover Girl
Scholastic Stars Read, Joke with Librarians
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‘Catching Fire’ Catches Fire
Muggles at the Museum
Flashlight Press Turns Five
Can You Bully a Wimpy Kid?
Bloggers Bristle, Scholastic Bends
Walden Media Moves into Future