At one of my recent school visits earlier this month, one of our students explained what Book Trust meant to her. “Book Trust is a promise each and every month, that is what it means to me,” she said.
This year at The PLAYERS Championship, Morgan Stanley is partnering with Book Trust once again, a national nonprofit dedicated to removing barriers to literacy by allowing children to choose, …MORE ››
As I walked into the classroom, the Principal whispered in my ear, “You’d think we were giving away candy in this room, but no, it's books. It’s fantastic!” That is the level of excitement I heard outside of this third-grade classroom as the Scholastic Book Box arrived earlier this month.
If you are still struggling to think of a costume for Halloween, what about dressing up as a Book Fairy this year?
I had the great honor of seeing one of our amazing Book Trust teachers in action last week in New York City.
I just love the magical nature of a child’s mind. My daughters are two and almost four, and when I walk in the door at the end of the day, I am immediately transported into a world of unicorns, princesses, rainbows, and singing animals. It can take me a bit of time to make the initial adjustment into the world of imagination, but once I am there, I’m so grateful.