Scholastic School Book Fairs

From Scholastic UK

Resource type: School book fair

Price band: Free

Key stage: KS1, KS2, KS3

Region(s): All of UK

Scholastic offers a Book Fair scheme that allows schools to earn up to 60% of their Book Fair sales value in Rewards. The Rewards can then be used to buy books and/or teaching resources from a range of over 10,000 titles available through the Scholastic Schools Catalogue or the online Scholastic Shop.

Scholastic supplies mobile bookcases pre-packed with a selection of over 200 curated titles for the Book Fair. The selection includes titles for all reading ages and interests and covers a range of price points – starting from £2.99 – to ensure that there is something for everybody.

Schools are responsible for planning, promoting and running their Book Fair, but Book Fair Coordinators are available to offer help and advice over the phone. There are also free planning and promotional resources available to download from the Scholastic Book Fair website.

 Cost: Free. In addition, schools can earn up to 60% of the value of the event sales, depending on the total value of the sales.

About Scholastic UK: Scholastic UK is part of Scholastic Coporation, the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books.

Literacy Hive Likes

  • The books offered through Scholastic Book Fair are selected from over 60 different publishers and include books from big name authors, tried and tested classics, non-fiction, as well as some exclusive titles.
  • Rewards can be used to buy individual titles, but there are also curated book and resource packs that offer savings of up to 50% on the published price.
  • Book Fairs can be a good way to get new books for the school library or classroom without dipping in to the school budget.

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