iText As schools incorporate more nonfiction reading into the classrooms, it is important to learn how to interpret these informational text materials. Raising Readers Help families explore how learning to read begins at home and the important role they play in inspiring their children to love reading. Kindergarten Readiness Kindergarteners are excited about discovering the world. They begin looking for words, especially familiar ones, and they will notice them everywhere: on sale signs and street... read more Book Fair Preview Make teachers and volunteers an integral part of your Fair by inviting them to a Book Fair Preview! This exclusive event gives them a sneak peek at what's available and a... read more What Would You Do for Reading Kids all over America are reading more and having more fun doing it, thanks to fun-loving media specialists, teachers, and principals willing to do whatever it takes to inspire... read more Student Crew & Junior Crew A Student Crew is a team of middle school students who help plan, promote, and run a Book Fair. Many schools have found that using a Crew can increase Book Fair attendance and... read more Classroom Wish List Giving students access to good books, fiction and nonfiction, increases time spent reading by up to 60 percent and improves reading performance. The best way to create this type... read more All for Books All for Books is an easy and effective way to unite the school community and provide more books for kids and teachers. All funds collected through All for Books are used to buy... read more Grand Events Family involvement is a key factor in encouraging kids to read more, and parents, grandparents, and other loved ones jump at the opportunity to spend time with the special kids in... read more Summer Reading Program Keep Students Reading and Learning All Summer Long! As summertime approaches, kids look forward to their time off. But there’s one thing kids shouldn’t take a break from over the... read more Summer Reading Challenge Motivate kids to keep reading all summer long with the Scholastic Summer Challenge. It’s a fun online reading program that challenges kids to Read for the World Record! Booktalk When you read a good book, it’s only natural to want to share it. Booktalks are simple, informal presentations designed to inspire others to read a book you enjoyed.