Scholastic revealed the cover to Sarah Graley's Glitch, which transports one lucky gamer into the world of their favorite video game.
The first new "Bone" comic in 12 years brings the adventures of Fone and his cousins full circle as Jeff Smith reinvents his next comic.
Sonny Liew's "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye," which stirred controversy in Singapore, is now the first graphic novel to win the Singapore Literature Prize for English Fiction.
20th Century Fox is bringing Scholastic's "Amulet" to the big screen with the "Heroes" and "Home" writer penning the adaptation.
Acclaimed cartoonist Raina Telgemeier spoke with CBR about interacting with young fans, her new fiction OGN and why her audience is getting younger.
Dustin Nguyen & Derek Fridolfs tell CBR about their all-ages mystery featuring school-age heroes in a new book from Scholastic and DC Comics.
The new line of biographies will tackle Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman first before moving on to other DC heroes.
The comic book publisher joins forces with the publishing house for a series of books reimagining the DCU Trinity as middle-school junior sleuths.
"Blankets" and "Habibi" author Craig Thompson discusses the big action and bigger ideas in his new all-ages adventure "Space Dumplins."
Young Bruce Wayne plays schoolyard detective with Clark Kent and Diana Prince in a new hybrid kids series.
The Eisner Award-winning cartoonist known for Smile and Sisters has told fans that her next book will be on shelves next year.
"Heroes" actor Greg Grunberg will collaborate with "Imagine This" cartoonist Lucas Turnbloom on the children's graphic novel "Dream Jumper," to be published by Scholastic in June 2016.
The "Earthworm Jim" creator explains why he's going multi-volume for the first time with his latest project, which was 15 years in the making.
Fresh off his 2014 Eisner Award win for "RASL," Jeff Smith discussed "Tuki" and the tenth anniversary of the "Bone" color edition.