- Scholastic Book Fair
The Scholastic Book Fair is Here!
It’s that wonderful time of year again--the 2018 Scholastic Book Fair is here! March 19 through 23, you can purchase some of the classics, get your hands on never-before-seen books, and support your school all in one fell swoop. Heilicher Library Manager Lysa Yang gives her top picks of the hottest books at this year’s Scholastic Book Fair.
Here are some new books to read with your preschooler:
Be Brave, Little Penguin by Giles Andreae
Love by Matt de la Pena
The Little Red Fort by Brenda Maier
Truck Full of Ducks by Ross Burach
Titles to help child become an independent reader:
American Girl: WellieWishers: Meet the WellieWishers
Mobi Shinobi: Ninja at the Pet Shop by Luke Flowers
Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth by James Dean
The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Sink or Swim by Judy Katschke
A few titles your older elementary child will enjoy:
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Getaway by Jeff Kinney
Dolphin Summer by Catherine Kapka
The Magician’s Hat by Malcolm Mitchell
Wedgie and Gizmo by Suzanne Selfors
A few books for your middle schooler:
Fate of the Gods (Last Descendants: An Assassin’s Creed novel)
From Me to You by K.A. Holt
How to Disappear by Sharon Huss Roat
Restart by Gordan Korman
While you and your child(ren) are browsing, take a chance at winning FREE STUFF! Your child(ren) can put their names into the Raffle Basket drawing; they can buy a lollipop and possibly win $10 to spend at the Book Fair; and students who colored the “Paws for Books” decorations around the library could win a free poster.
Heilicher Book Fair
in the Lieberman Library
Monday, March 19 through Friday, March 23
Cash, check, and credit cards accepted.
Monday, March 19 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, March 20 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday, March 21 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thursday, March 22 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday, March 23 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
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