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We are particularly sensitive to the needs of children to continue their learning and to reap the many benefits that literature brings them, especially during these challenging times. We at Scholastic are in full support of providing a wide range of online learning activities for kids during this time of school closures, particularly our Scholastic Learn At Home initiative for educators, administrators, and families.

We have been moved by the numerous requests we’ve received from teachers across the country who are trying to address these needs by posting readings of books online for students to access. We want to support these efforts and have given permission for our books to be read online, with select guidelines in regard to platform, notice, and duration of availability.

Guidelines for Teachers and Educators:

1. At the beginning of your video, please state that you are presenting your reading “with permission from Scholastic.”

2. Our preference is that you post your reading through your school's platform or another closed group or platform with limited access for your students. However, we recognize this may not be possible, in which case you may post it through a more publicly accessible platform, such as YouTube.

3. Since we view this as a way to compensate for the closure of schools, please delete your video or disable access by the end of this current school year, no later than June 30, 2020.

4. Please email tradepublicity@scholastic.com with your name, school, city and state, and the title and author/illustrator of the book you intend to read online. By posting a reading, you are agreeing to abide by the above terms.

5. Finally, we would love to follow along with your read-aloud, so please tag Scholastic's social media handles in any posts affiliated with it!

Twitter: @Scholastic
Instagram: @ScholasticInc
Facebook: @Scholastic
YouTube: @Scholastic 

Guidelines for Authors:

1. At the beginning of your video, please state that you are presenting your reading “with permission from Scholastic.”

2. Our preference is that you post your reading in a closed group or platform with limited access to your followers. However, we recognize this may not be possible, in which case you may post it through a more publicly accessible platform, such as YouTube.

3. Since we view this as a way to compensate for the closure of schools, please delete your video or disable access by the end of this current school year, no later than June 30, 2020.

4. Please reply to tradepublicity@scholastic.com with your name, city and state, and the title and author/illustrator of the book you intend to read online. By posting a reading, you are agreeing to abide by the above terms.

5. Finally, we would love to follow along with your read-aloud, so please tag Scholastic's social media handles in any posts affiliated with it!

Twitter: @Scholastic
Instagram: @ScholasticInc
Facebook: @Scholastic
YouTube: @Scholastic