Once again, we did some browsing in the Scholastic archive, and found some classics from the 1980s and 1990s, to reflect on what scared us back in the 20th century - check them out!

Classic Halloween Scholastic II | On Our Minds

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

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

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

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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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Clifford!

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Dynamite Magazine featuring Rick Springfield. Talk about a flashback!

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Scholastic News from the 80s

Comedy News, Viral Videos, Late Night TV, Political Humor, Funny Slideshows - HuffPost Comedy

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Scholastic News - 80s style

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

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LUCKY from May-June 1976

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Merry Christmas from Scholastic Inc.

Christmas Stories Back Cover

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Dynamite from 1985

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LUCKY cover from March 1976

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The Night Before Christmas Scholastic booklet from 1973

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A Scholastic Book Clubs flyer from 1984

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Available titles continued (1961)

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Scholastic Book Services' available titles, circa 1961.

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

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

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Sixth Grade Can Really Kill You by Barthe DeClements

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Another Louis Sachar favorite: Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School.

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

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The Sleepover Friends series

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