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Scholastic Book Fairs
The beloved tradition of bringing books to students and giving back to schools.... Around the country and world, Scholastic Book Fairs in-school literacy events generate excitement for reading and help build school and classroom libraries. Our goal: to help kids learn to read and love to read so they'll be more successful in school and in life.
Scholastic Book Fairs
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Scholastic’s book selection team - former teachers, media specialists, booksellers, authors, and veteran Book Fair organizers - searches for the very best children's books…those literary gems that will get kids hooked on reading and make them want to keep reading for the rest of their lives.
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Our team of book experts - former teachers, media specialists, booksellers, authors, and veteran Book Fair organizers - along with representatives from our Reading Clubs and International divisions gather at our headquarters in Orlando, Fla., every year to begin the intense search for the very best children's books on earth - those literary gems that will get kids hooked on reading and make them want to keep reading for the rest of their lives.
Publishers from across the country present the best of their seasonal offerings for inclusion in Scholastic’s Book Fairs and Clubs.
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Throughout the year, publishers from across the country, including Random House, Simon & Schuster, Penguin, Harper Collins, and of course Scholastic, to name just a few, will travel to Orlando to present the best of their seasonal offerings to the selection team. Our goal: to help kids learn to read and love to read so they'll be more successful in school and in life.
Scholastic’s book selection team spends more than 10,000 hours each year reviewing more than 4,000 manuscripts and newly published books from publishers across the globe.
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Finding books such as Harry Potter, Because of Winn Dixie, Junie B. Jones, Twilight, The Hunger Games, The 39 Clues, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid before they hit the bestseller list is what this team does best.
Scholastic uses 289 delivery trucks to transport its Fairs every year. That's nearly two miles of trucks parked end-to-end.
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With the look and feel of a bustling bookstore, Scholastic Book Fairs are typically weeklong events that feature affordable books based on characters and subjects kids love and want to read about.
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From newly-released books and best sellers to award-winning titles and perennial favorites, every book at the Scholastic Book Fair is hand-selected and chosen from dozens of different publishers around the globe.
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Students love to help with the Book Fair…they make great helpers because they know what’s popular with students and have great ideas about how to get the entire school community involved and excited about reading.
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Scholastic Book Fairs producers videotaping children’s book author, Katherine Paterson for our seasonal author video. The video, free to schools, gives children an opportunity to "meet" vicariously with authors and/or illustrators.
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Through Scholastic’s All for Books program, schools collect loose change during their Book Fair to buy books for students who otherwise might not be able to afford them. Scholastic matches the money collected by schools with a donation of up to one million books to organizations that serve children in need.
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Through Scholastic’s All for Books program, schools collect loose change during their Book Fair to buy books for students who otherwise might not be able to afford them. Scholastic matches the money collected by schools with a donation of up to one million books to organizations that serve children in need. http://www.lshf.org/
ALL FOR BOOKS - have a parent volunteer make two All for Books posters. All for books. Donate your loose change. 100% of proceeds goes toward the purchase of books for our library. Students who donate to all for books may write their first and last name on a ticket, to be drawn for prizes. Posters, free books, etc. :)
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The Scholastic Book Fairs Classroom Wish List program is an effective way for teachers to let families know which books they would love to add to their classroom libraries. It also gives parents a meaningful way to support their school and demonstrate the importance of reading.
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Scholastic’s Kids Are Authors is a national book-writing contest open to students in grades K–8. Since its inception in 1986, the contest has encouraged thousands of children to write and illustrate books.
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A young author receives his published book and a medal for helping write the national grand prize winning book in Scholastic’s Kids Are Authors contest.
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Kids Are Authors is an annual competition open to students in grades K–8 in the United States and U.S. international schools. Scholastic publishes the winning books (one non-fiction and one fiction winner) and distributes them at Book Fairs. The winning schools also receive a $5,000 voucher for Scholastic books and resources.
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Scholastic Book Fair’s What Would You Do for Reading campaign encourages principals and other school leaders to perform a wacky stunt as a reward for students meeting their reading goals.
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Teachers, librarians and principals from schools across the country have participated in zany stunts during their Book Fair to encourage students to read. Educators have eaten live worms, dressed in costumes, shaved their heads, and camped out on rooftops – all in the name of literacy!