LOVE the Book Fair!
Click here to volunteer to help at the book fair.
Click here to see a video about volunteering.
Online book fair – This is great for out of town relatives who can’t make it to our in school book fair. Books ship FREE right to your child’s classroom and can include a special note. Parent’s – we suggest you create a wish list for grandparents and others that want to shop for your kids – you can send a link for them to review and select the books they want to buy. Then you can either purchase the books they’d like to buy for them, and they pay you back, or they can create their own login. Helpful tips for grandparents and others shopping online.
Step 1) Place the books in your shopping cart
Step 2) Leave promo code section blank unless you have a code
Step 3) Click Register instead of Sign In. Sign In is for returning users. Register is for new users. Once you click Register, enter your first name, your last name, and your email address. Then click Next.
Step 5) On this screen you select your role. The most applicable for you would be Parent. Then hit Next.
Step 6) That completes your registration. You’ll see a Thanks for Registering screen. Hit Continue.
Step 7) On the Shipping Details page is where you enter the students info and your message to him.
Step 8) Proceed to Checkout and enter your payment info.
Books ship FREE directly to the students classroom.
In-school Book Fair is in the auditorium: September 11-15. Our amazing in school book fair will be open all week (week of Sept 11), during the day and a half hour before and after school. It will also be open before and after classroom visits during back to school nights.
Wish Lists – Your child class will visit the book fair, and your child will create a “wish list” of books they’d like. Look for your child’s list coming home in homework folders.
Teacher Bins – Please also look for the “Teacher Bins” – these contain books selected by your teacher that they’d like to have in the classroom. Please consider enhancing your child’s classroom with more books. Refreshing our classroom library regularly gives kids a reason to keep reading.