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Navigating solutions to the nine most common classroom library gaps is easy. We know the demands of achieving Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) can be a source of ongoing pressure, and we want to help. Regardless of the kind of program you’ve implemented, Scholastic Classroom Books has materials that are sure to meet your specific needs.  We can help you meet Access to Print requirements and fulfill your AYP and program goals. Our products meet the most pressing needs in classrooms today.  Click on the tabs below to find products to fill the most common gaps found in today’s classroom libraries.
About the ELL Gap
Just for You! Just for You!

Just For You! books are available in three levels to help build reading confidence. In addition to these authentic stories, each book ends with instructional activities for children and caregivers that target reading comprehension and vocabulary development, strengthening the home school connection and making reading a fundamental experience.

Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library: 1st Edition Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library: 1st Edition

Nationally renowned literacy expert, Phyllis C. Hunter has handpicked the award-winning classics, contemporary fiction, and illuminating nonfiction titles in these collections.

Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library: 2nd Edition Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library: 2nd Edition

Build avid readers with essential books from the best-selling Phyllis C. Hunter Library 2nd Edition!

Phyllis C. Hunter Libraries Phyllis C. Hunter Libraries

Save 10% on the Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library for a limited time!
Build avid readers with the NEW Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Libraries: 2nd Edition. Drawing on over 20 years of experience and expertise, Phyllis C. Hunter has hand-selected books for students of all backgrounds and reading ability, sparking a passion for the world of books and the possibilities they bring.
(Offer valid through 11/30/16.)

Multicultural Gap

Children from culturally diverse backgrounds have been shown to learn best when the classroom environment is respectful of their linguistic, social, and cultural heritage. Trade books that build on the foundation of knowledge and experience that students bring to the classroom help bridge the gap between home and school and motivate them to read more. Engagement with reading increases when books within a classroom library reflect a student's cultural and world knowledge.