Question: Book Fair Suppliers
Does anyone know of a book fair supplier other than Scholastic? Several teachers are asking for a different supplier in the hope of getting different books. They say they have most of the scholastic ones.
Asked by traceym
Community AdviceDana Lee writes:
Barnes and Noble Booksellers. We can help set up events, supply advertising materials. Schools and PTA's can earn up 25%, plus shop on line up to a week after in store event. Combine the fundraiser with another on the same day.
Community Advicetraceym writes:
Thanks Dena for the info, but the closest B&N is over 75 miles away and it does not appear that they have book fairs at schools only online and in the store.
Advice from PTO TodayCraig writes:
Scholastic is by far the largest book fair provider. Many of the other companies just do online book fairs.
Community Adviceinfo@bestbookfairs.com writes:
If you are in a New England State, Best Book Fairs in Woburn MA is known for the quality of their books as well as for their customer service.
Community AdviceGet kids moving now writes:
Self published authors are a good source for different types of books and scholastic has a monopoly on school book fairs. I have movement and nutrition books for kids ideal for school libraries. I should form a group of self published authors to give schools an alternative.. Visit www.getkidsmovingnow.com for a preview of our books. G.j. Amsto. Springfield college ma.
Community AdviceFBF writes:
Your can check out Fantastic Book Fairs in Woburn, MA for the eastern MA region. Owner/operated and we do the sales work for you!
Community AdviceJamie Uhrin writes:
Usborne Books & More have amazing selection of books. Search online for a local representative! Schools receive 50% of sales in books. If a local representative is unavailable, an online book fair is an option. Jamie Uhrin Usborne Books & More www.a5440.myubam.com
Community AdviceBedford#1 writes:
Bedford Falls Book Fairs has just moved into a larger regional warehouse in Raleigh North Carolina. After 20 years in business we think we have figured it out. We are also opening our second warehouse in Charlotte, North Carolina this fall (2016). From these two locations we can provide quality in-school book fairs from Georgia to Maryland. A Mid-Atlantic warehouse is being planned for the Philadelphia area to open in Fall of 2017. This will expand our market beyond New York City. Please see our temporary website at BedfordFallsUSA.com. We are currently growing at over 50% a year.
Community Advicejudee_c writes:
Hi Tracey , where are you located I may be able to give you a reference.
Community AdviceNriser writes:
You can do an online book fair with www.childrensbookstore.com. They give 30% back and offer thousands of books. Go to the website to learn more.
Community AdviceRoseD210 writes:
Looking to find a Book Fair Retailer other than Scholastic for the Upstate New York area, specifically located near Rochester. I would like to find a one that specializes in books for high school students. Scholastic's focus in more on the middle school aged readers. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Community AdviceDebBoCo writes:
In the DC area, check out Story House Online - Bookstore on Wheels. It is my company. We have a trolley bus that we have renovated into a mobile bookstore. Book fairs and school events are our specialty. We work with all the major publishers and will customize to your needs and requests. www.storyhouseonline.com
Community AdviceBlaikiebill writes:
Follett now offers Bookfairs. You can learn more at http://www.follettbookfairs.com/
Community AdviceABC Fairs writes:
Anderson's Bookfair Company provides book fairs to schools in the greater Chicagoland area! :)
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