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The Scholastic Kids Press Corps is a team of about 50 Kid Reporters around the nation.  The interactive site brings daily news to life with reporting for kids, by kids.

R.L. Stine Tells All

More chills in store for Horrorland fans

By Danielle Azzolina | May 6 , 2010

When R.L. Stine came to Scholastic recently to help kick off the Scholastic Summer Challenge, Kid Reporter Danielle Azzolina talked to him about his fears, his favorites, and his next big project.

Click on play to watch the interview!

still from interview with rl stine
 


You can watch the Scholastic Summer Challenge webcast featuring authors Stine, Lisa Yee, Gordan Korman, and Christopher Paul Curtis competing in a book trivia game show at www.scholastic.com/summer.

Don't forget to register to help break the 2009 reading world reading record of more than 35 million minutes of summer reading!

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Do you need help picking out what book to read next? Find out what Kid Reporters are saying about all the latest books by reading their book reviews in this special report .

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