Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 4.9
Interest Level: Grades 4 - 8
Grade Level Equivalent: 6.7
Interest Level: Grades PreK - 3
Genre: Media Tie-Ins
Reading about these intelligent animals will teach your child about friendship, overcoming disabilities, and oceanic life.
Travel back in time with these stories of ancient civilizations.
Celebrate cold weather days with easy-to-read books that showcase the season's coolest scenes.
Find biographies and fiction on African Americans who made their mark.
Even from very young ages, children learn in different ways. By becoming more familiar with your child’s learning profile—the dominant way your child can most easily absorb and understand information—you can best support and...
Use the book and author suggestions below to match the reading level and interests of your preteen.
You might have heard that an egg will stand on end on the spring equinox. We researched the truth behind this science myth.
Use time-honored books and classic characters to teach kids about courage.
Flash forward to 2034. Your 5-year-old is 25 and needs a job. Teach her these life skills now and she’ll be set for life — no matter what she does.
These tales of outdoor adventure might help your child get excited about reading. These tales of outdoor adventure might help your child get excited about reading. Sonja Cole Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholast...
Reading then writing or writing then reading? Either way works when you pair these 5 activities with great reads! Writing is more fun when kids have great inspiration. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Sch...
Your 3rd-6th grader will love these animal-focused titles! Whether your child loves reading about monstrous sharks or minuscule mice, these titles are perfect for the animal-lover in your home. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic P...
Discover these five uniquely engaging history book series, perfect for your tween or teen. Discover these five uniquely engaging history book series, perfect for your tween or teen. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Your child can explore fairy tales and fables — some of them fractured!
Find just right activities to increase perspective taking, literacy skills, and emotional development in your 6- to 7-year-old
This colorful pillow project encourages imagination and creativity.
Try this super summer reading project: study an author who celebrates a summer birthday.
Kids can dive into reading with Winter and Hope.
Learning to read and learning about baseball? What could be better?
Explore the world of fiction for lessons about history.
Carolinda Clatter uses the power of music to save the day.