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Hi There Scholastic! A news magazine circa 1959 = perfect #throwbackthursday find! #tbt

The first issue of The Western Pennsylvania Scholastic, published October 22, 1920

  • Alfred Guajardo

    How do I get my newly published book "Al the Green Rain Train" on a Scholastic board, or Paper ??? thank you Al

  • Alfred Guajardo

    How do I get my newly published Book on your board "Al the Green Rain Train"???? thank you Al

Scholastic's story began with a four-page magazine called "The Scholastic"...

Punky Brewster graces the cover of a 1986 issue of Dynamite.

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Clifford's Halloween (published in 1966)

1966 My Favorite Year: Clifford

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Dynamite Magazine featuring Rick Springfield. Talk about a flashback!

Scholastic News - 80s style

Scholastic Book Clubs order form from November 1990. (I love the featured Baby-sitters Club book!)

  • AK Stout

    I loved these so much!

  • Sara Haaf

    I probably ordered half the stuff off of it!! I'd always have at least 10 books from every order. I had almost every calvin and hobbes book and wish I still had them, it'll be expensive to replace them all..

  • Carla Dawson

    YES! Great Memories!

Merry Christmas from Scholastic Inc.

  • Angela Westfall

    I LOVE this book! I got it in the 2nd grade for 99cents. It got lost in all my moving as I got older. A few years ago I found another copy for much more than 99cents but am so happy to have it back

LUCKY cover from March 1976

The Night Before Christmas Scholastic booklet from 1973

Available titles continued (1961)

Scholastic Book Services' available titles, circa 1961.

  • margaret catanese

    irish red!!!! i remember hurrying home from school to read that book. i loved getting those scholastic books. loved!

The back cover of Silver Saddles. Check out our old logo!

A Scholastic book from 1965. (If only books still cost 45 cents...)

Another Louis Sachar favorite: Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School.

Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade by Barthe DeClements. A middle-school must!

The Sleepover Friends series

Sixth Grade Secrets by Louis Sachar was DEFINITELY one of my favorite books!