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Come to Open House and Check out Bookaneer Book Fair

      Reading is so much fun, you'll want to come to the Bookaneer Book Fair. Come check out for yourself at this year's Scholastic Book Fair during the Open House in the Trojan Room on Wednesday, August 17 from 5:30 until 7:00 pm.

     There should be something for everyone. Plan to stop by and check out the selection.  “All for Books,” will be used to help MdCV teachers improve classroom libraries and add books to the school library. Bring a little extra money to participate in a contest.

      Scholastic Book Fair will match the “All for Books” money and donate to non-profit organizations devoted to improving reading skills. The Bookaneer Fair starts August 17 through August 24. Teachers will arrange a time for the students to come to the Trojan Room to purchase books in the during the school day. 

     Try you luck at the Buried Treasure Pencil Pull. Pay 50 cents for a chance to keep a pencil. Pull a pencil that has a dot on it and it is yours. The money collected helps improve the elementary classroom libraries. Scholastic matches the amount collected and donates it to non-profit organizations devoted to improivng reading skills. 

    A goal is to sell $1500 worth of merchandise for this book fair. Ms. Wollenberg has agreed to be slimed if our goal is met. Come to the book fair and find a book to buy to help meet our goal. 

     The Bookaneer Book Fair will be open Aug. 17-24. Hope to see you there. If you need more time to purchase books, you may go online to order books and give our school the credit for the sale just by going to the link below. Anyone is able to purchase books online Aug. 12 – Aug. 30 by going to this site: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/mdcv    

You can check out the books online before you come to the fair if you wish. Any books you order online will be delivered to your child at school.

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