Fall Book Fairs are in Full Swing!
Kaiser Book Fair
Woodland Book Fair
Books Celebrating Inclusion
As you put together the wish list, please consider adding titles that feature themes of inclusion and/or characters with diverse experiences and identities. Below are just a few that might be of might interest and we encourage you to check out the Club Leo, Celebrating Diversity, and Voices catalogues from Scholastic for more great titles!
|Red: A Crayon's Story||Michael Hall||1.6|
|New Kid||Jerry Craft||2.9|
|We are Grateful: Otsaliheliga||Traci Sorell||3.0|
|Not Quite Snow White||Ashley Franklin||3.2|
|Mango, Abuela, and Me||Meg Medina||3.4|
|My Papi has a Motorcycle||Isabel Quintero||3.7|
|Coyote Tales||Thomas King||4.1|
|The Crossover||Kwame Alexander||4.3|
|Sit In: How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down||Andrea Davis Pinkney||5.2|
|Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race||Margot Lee Shetterly||5.8|
|42 is Not Just a Number||Doreen Rappaport||7|
|Never Caught, the Story of Ona Judge||Erica Armstrong Dunbar and Kathleen Van Cleve||7.9|
|Colorful Stories Pack: Red, Mixed, & Drawn Together||Various||Ages 3-7|
|All are Welcome||Alexandra Penfold||Ages 4-7|
|Jinny's Diwali||Thrity Umrigar||Ages 5-7|
|All Because You Matter||Tami Charles||Ages 5-8|
|Say Something||Peter H. Reynolds||Ages 4-8|
|I am One: A Book of Action||Susan Verde||Ages 4-8|
|George||Alex Gino||Ages 8-12|
|Twins||Varian Johnson||Ages 10-13|
Who Doesn't Love a Good Book Fair?
The book fair takes place twice each year and helps to support school and classroom libraries at both campuses.
Fall Book Fairs
Book fairs are scheduled the same week of Back to School Night for each school.
Spring Book Fairs
Book fairs are scheduled the same week of Open House for each school.
How it Works
Kids can come to school and purchase books with cash or by using the secure, cash-free eWallet tool provided by Scholastic Book Fairs.
Learn more about eWallet by Scholastic Book Fairs.