Scholastic, Inc.

Scholastic, the global children’s publishing and media company, has a corporate mission supported through all of its divisions of instilling the love of reading and learning for lifelong pleasure in all children. Recognizing that literacy is the cornerstone of a child’s intellectual, personal and cultural growth, Scholastic, for more than 80 years, has created quality products and services that educate, entertain and motivate children and are designed to help enlarge their understanding of the world around them.

Scholastic is the largest publisher and distributor of children’s books and is the largest operator of school-based book clubs and school-based book fairs in the United States.

Scholastic is also a leading publisher of children’s books distributed through the trade channel and the leading distributor in the United States of children’s books through direct-to-home continuity programs for children ages five and younger.

Graphix: Graphix focuses on creator-driven books that add another dimension to the reading experience by bringing exceptional art, rich content, and strong storytelling to a range of genres including Fiction, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Nonfiction, and more.

Scholastic Press: Distinctive, award-winning picture books, middle-grade and young adult fiction and non-fiction including many multicultural titles.

Arthur A. Levine Books: A literary imprint devoted to publishing the best of the world’s art and writing for children and young adults.

Scholastic Trade Paperbacks: Publishes fiction and nonfiction originals in series or single titles, for kids ages 8 – 12.

The Blue Sky Press: An imprint featuring distinguished picture books and fiction by the most notable authors and illustrators in children’s books today.

Orchard Books: Publishes both commercial and literary hardcover picture books, poetry, nonfiction, and novels for ages ranging from approximately five to fifteen.

Cartwheel Books: Colorful, inviting paperback and novelty books created in innovative formats for the very young.

Cartwheel Cloth Books: Features cuddly interactive cloth books with touch-and-feel textures, fun sounds, Mylar (R) mirrors, and much more for newborns and up.

Grolier: The reference and children’s non-fiction division of Franklin Watts/Children’s Press, specializing in the print and on-line series of Grolier encyclopedias.

Franklin Watts · Children’s Press: A publisher of accessible nonfiction children’s reference books, producing such series as Getting to Know The World’s Greatest Artists, Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Composers, True Books, Rookie Readers, and the Watts Library.

Klutz: Klutz is the creator of kids’ activity products that stimulate growth through creativity. Klutz’s products combine clear instructions with everything you need to give kids a hands-on learning experience that ranges from the artistic to the scientific — and beyond!

Push: An imprint devoted to discovering new voices in teen literature. All of its authors are first-time writers, encompassing contemporary fiction, poetry, and memoir.

Tangerine Press: Developed exclusively by Scholastic Book Fairs in response to what kids want to buy, Tangerine Press publishes books that are fun, unique, interactive, and creative. Tangerine Press squeezes fun into every book!

Scholastic Reference: All the answers kids need! Easy-to-use information-filled resource books created especially for young readers, Scholastic Reference is the source kids and parents turn to first, before the internet.