The first day of school of going to be a rough one for Natalie.
Scholastic sent out their Summer 2019 catalog this week, and as they are the #1 graphic novel publisher in the US, I thought you might like to see their lead offerings – with a few bonus preview pages even. Leading the way, Raina Telgemeier and Jeff Smith, but also…Bruce Lee. And Scott Morse, whom […]
The Beat’s editorial team and contributors present a list of the best comics of the year. Is your favorite here?
Scholastic wants YOU to take home some primo books from their AFK video game-centric line.
Attention all padawans and Jedi masters alike! The Starspeeder family saga continues, this time with Christina Starspeeder, one of the Jedi Academy’s star students, in the seventh installment of the wildly popular middle grade graphic novel series from Scholastic. In case you haven’t had the pleasure to explore these thoroughly charming books, Jedi Academy follows the […]
No matter the context, heroin addiction is an incredibly painful subject. The curse of heroin is that it is not a solitary drug. Everyone who comes into contact with this most potent opioid–from users to their loved ones–is affected in some tangible way. For many, the pain of addiction is translated into shame: shame for […]
Cartoonist and oft-cited industry savior Raina Telgemeier announced yesterday at New York Comic-Con that she will be publishing two new books next year, in the form of a graphic memoir called Guts and a How-To guide to journaling called Share Your Smile. Both are set to be published through Scholastic. Let’s start with that one, which […]
As September came to a close, I spoke with Molly Knox Ostertag, artist behind Sharon Shinn’s Shattered Warrior and author of the ongoing webcomic Strong Female Protagonist as well as last year’s unique Scholastic Halloween release, The Witch Boy. With the sequel story, The Hidden Witch releasing at the end of October this year, I thought I’d get some insight […]
The loveable Smiley Bone returns for a fun adventure that the whole family can enjoy!
Scholastic decided this book needed 2 million more copies in print.