Ah, alrighty. In retrospect, it makes sense that Scholastic would no longer posess that license in any capacity.
And for the record, I do want to mention that I meant no disrespect with my comment on the copyright violation. I am typically very keen on respecting the copyright of others, but my thoughts on the Bionicle books included the fact that they are no longer published, pertaining to a dead license, very unpopular, and, as you said, not tied to royalties for any individuals who are content creators. I hope that I seem a little less inssnsitive now.