Scholastic Recommends Witchcraft, Sorcery & Murder for Our Kids

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Scholastic Recommends Witchcraft, Sorcery & Murder for Our Kids

Scholastic, the #1 children’s book publisher recommends books on the occult, witchcraft, murder and more for grades K-12. Stay educated! Speak up!

I remember as a kid getting the cool Scholastic’s flier from school, filled with exciting books to read for the upcoming school year. Books about pets, best friends and arts & crafts. Oh, the good ol’ days! My heart stopped beating last week when my friend Kari texted me shots from her kid’s Scholastic recommended reading list and said, “Look at THIS!”

There were roughly 60 books listed in this short 6 page flier. However, the number of books promoting ghosts, murder, witchcraft and sorcery floored me! We’re not talking 2-3 books here, but over 30! I listed most of them below so you can be on the look out for what to avoid.

Here’s my concern…

Scholastic’s motto on their website states,

“Scholastic, the largest children’s book publisher, promotes literacy with books for kids of all ages and reading levels.”

Scholastic, making over 1.6 billion in annual revenue, also states in their about section, “Scholastic books and educational materials are in tens of thousands of schools and tens of millions of homes worldwide, helping to Open a World of Possible for children across the globe.” What is this world of possible? What messages are they promoting?

Scholastic’s agenda of the 80’s? Cats. Crafts. Not a problem. However, what I am seeing on their reading list today is very disturbing to me.

Since they are the largest children’s book publisher, it is pertinent we take a good look at just “what” they are promoting. Here are some of the books in my friend’s 6th grader’s list of recommended reading (freaky photos on the right).

  1. Ghosts
  2. Doctor Who: The Dangerous Book of Monstersscholastic
  3. Sea Spell
  4. Walk on Earth a Stranger
  5. The Magisterium: The Bronze Key
  6. The BFG
  7. Warcraft: Durotan: The Official Movie Prequel
  8. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
  9. Once Upon a Zombie: The Color of Fear
  10. The Stone Childscholastic
  11. The Nightmarys
  12. A Curious Tale of the In-Between
  13. The Marvels
  14. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two
  15. Shadow House
  16. The Awakening of Sunshine Girl
  17. Frozen Charlotte
  18. Who You Gonna Call? Ghostbusters Movie Novelization
  19. Blood Will Tellscholastic
  20. Prophecy
  21. Red Queen
  22. Cruel Crown
  23. Thirteen Chairs
  24. Dead Girls Don’t Lie
  25. Gracefully Grayson
  26. Dark Energy

Now I know there’s a war on our children. I mean, with After School Satan Clubs coming to elementary schools this year, this shouldn’t surprise us. But it still does. Our children are being attacked from every angle. Their innocence and purity being the major target of companies like Scholastic. The titles of these books alone shows us what Satan is trying to do. Warp young impressionable minds at the earliest possible age. What do kids learn from reading these books? Besides having nightmares, kids are learning about witchcraft, the occult, murder and the list goes on.

The result? A mind being filled with what God warns us to steer clear from. In fact, God warns us in many verses throughout scripture. Leviticus 19:31 states, “Do not turn to mediums or seek out spiritists, for you will be defiled by them. I am the LORD your God.” Revelation 22:15 states, “Outside are the dogs, those who practice magic arts, the sexually immoral, the murderers, the idolaters and everyone who loves and practices falsehood.” I found over 25 verses regarding this topic in scripture and what God tells us to do.

Even if we don’t buy these books, the schools get free books for their libraries from this list of books as a “thank you” for their students purchasing the very same books. So our kids still have access to these books at their school. Therefore we can and should get involved for the sake of making our voices heard so other children are spared from reading these dangerous messages. So what can we do moms, to protect our children from these demonic influences coming from even recommended reading lists?

  • We can call Scholastic and let them know we will NOT be supporting their company by buying any of their books. There are plenty of healthy choices our kids can read from the library. By voicing our concern, hopefully the company will hear our plea and get the harmful content off of their website and out of their fliers.
  • We can call our school and attend a school board meeting to share our concern regarding the quality of book options for students. Some teachers might not know what they are handing out or if they do, they might not agree but feel under pressure to do as they are told. Regardless, children belong to the parents and hence, what they are exposed to is the choice of the parent. The last thing we want is more harmful media guiding our kids down the wrong path. Make your school aware of what they are endorsing. Just because a company was good a decade ago, doesn’t mean we can still trust them today.
  • Research other healthy choices of books your kids can read at the local library or any of the online homeschool curriculums.

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Get your kid armed & ready for another school year with this eye-opening info.

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4 Comments
  • Hugo Haselhuhn
    Posted at 18:54h, 01 September Reply

    Tina,
    I saw this post from my publisher, David Hancock of Morgan James Publishing. I am sure that David agrees with you as I do. Thank you for being a voice and champion of the family. My 10-year old grandson and I have written two chapter books for middle grade students and we are working on the third. The books are positive, uplifting and teaching important values. Although there is “magic” in the books, it is really magic that is backed by science that we just don’t understand and will only work for good and unselfish reasons. Several weeks ago I read about the After School Satanic Clubs, and I knew that I had to be more proactive against this intrusion into the family. I have taken the values from the books and I go to elementary schools where I give my M.A.G.I.C. presentation. This is an acronym for Mind, Attitude, Goals, Integrity and Choice. I have plans to make my website more helpful to parents, grandparents and children. I am new to this, but I would like to include your information/links on the Lucas Lightfoot Facebook page as well as the Lucas Lightfoot Book website. How can I do that and give you the credit? I don’t have a huge following yet, but as the young hero in the books stands for right, I want to do that where I can.
    I believe the books review on Amazon for Lucas Lightfoot and the Fire Crystal will give you a flavor of what my goal is. Which is simply, “Improve the world one child at a time!”
    Thank you.
    Hugo

    • Tina
      Posted at 19:54h, 25 September Reply

      Hugo!
      I just received your books in the mail! It would be an honor to read them and do a forward for you! Thank you for thinking of me and thank you for being proactive! There’s no better way to live our life than to fight for what’s just and true. Promote a message that can warn others and save lives. So happy our paths crossed! Keep at it!

  • Kath
    Posted at 12:06h, 02 November Reply

    Madonna? One of the most outspoken Satan-worshipers of recent time?

    I agree with the article, and thank you for the heads up, but the last paragraph makes no sense to me.

    • Tina Marie Griffin
      Posted at 09:31h, 07 November Reply

      Kathy!
      Thank you for your email! I am going to put a link to a previous blog post in for you to check out regarding Madonna. Yes, agreed, she is definitely promoting Satanism in her shows and music, but my point was that she is VERY careful what she allows in her own home and we should too. She promotes one lifestyle but protects her kids. Sorry for any confusion!

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