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Scholastic Corporation operates as a children’s publishing, education, and media company. The company creates books and ebooks, print and technology-based learning materials and programs, magazines, multi-media, and other products that help children learn both at school and at home. The company is an operator of school-based book clubs and book fairs in the United States. It distributes its products and services through these proprietary channels, as well as directly to schools and libraries, through retail stores and through the Internet. The company’s Website, scholastic.com, is a site for teachers, classrooms, and parents; and a destination for children. The company has operations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, India, China, Singapore, and other parts of Asia, and, through its export business, sells products in approximately 140 countries. Segments The company categorizes its businesses into five reportable segments: Children’s Book Publishing and Distribution; Educational Technology and Services; Classroom and Supplemental Materials Publishing; Media, Licensing and Advertising; and International. CHILDREN’S BOOK PUBLISHING AND DISTRIBUTION The Children’s Book Publishing and Distribution segment includes the publication and distribution of children’s books in the United States through school-based book clubs, book fairs, e-commerce, and the trade channel. The company is a publisher and distributor of children’s books and is an operator of school-based book clubs and school-based book fairs in the United States. The company is also a publisher of children’s print and ebooks distributed through the trade channel. It also markets books to teachers, parents, and children through Storia, an interactive and educational ereading application (app) and ebookstore, launched during 2012 through the book club and book fair channels. Storia gives access to a selection of ebooks for kids and also allows teachers and parents to track the reader’s progress through each book, while making reading easier with the Storia dictionary, which defines and pronounces any word the reader highlights. Selected titles offered through the ebookstore include enriched ebooks, which also provide word games, story interactions, and animation. School-Based Book Clubs: The company’s school-based book clubs consist of Honeybee, serving toddlers to age 4; Firefly, serving pre-kindergarten (pre-K) and kindergarten (K) students; SeeSaw, serving students grades K to 1; Lucky, serving students grades 2 to 3; Arrow, serving students grades 4 to 6; TAB, serving students grades 7 and up; and Club Leo, which provides Spanish language offers to students in pre-K to grade 6. In addition to its regular offers, the company creates special theme-based and seasonal offers targeted to different grade levels during the year. The company mails promotional materials containing order forms to teachers in the majority of the pre-K to grade 8 schools in the United States. School-Based Book Fairs: The company distributes school-based book fairs in the United States with operations in all 50 states. Book fairs give children access to various books and educational materials, increase student reading and help book fair organizers raise funds for the purchase of school library and classroom books, supplies and equipment. Book fairs are generally weeklong events where children and families peruse and purchase their favorite books together. The company delivers its book fairs from its warehouses to schools principally by a fleet of company-owned vehicles. Trade: The company publishes children’s books sold through bookstores, Internet retailers, and mass merchandisers in the United States. It maintains approximately 6,100 titles for trade distribution. The company's original publications include Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, The 39 Clues, The Magic School Bus, I Spy, Captain Underpants, Goosebumps, and Clifford The Big Red Dog; and licensed properties, such as Star Wars, Lego, and Geronimo Stilton. In addition, the company’s Klutz imprint is a publisher and creator of ‘books plus’ products for children, i

 

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