Monday, November 24, 2014
Downeyville School Hosts Scholastic Book Fair!
St. Lukes School Downeyville Hosts Scholastic Book Fair!
St. Lukes Elementary School Downeyville is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair November 24 - 28, providing parents and school supporters an opportunity to shop for educational Christmas Gifts, with profits helping to increase the school library.What do children gain from a school holding a book fair?
|Downeyville School Hosts Book Fair|
School librarian, Mrs. Lummiss, explains.
Scholastic Book Fair is Here!from Mrs. Lummiss St. Lukes School Librarian
It is marvellous to see the excitement in the air when the library transforms into a book store for one week every November. All of the children are peering in the window, wide-eyed and smiling, with anticipation and excitement to see what's going on inside.
Similar to an old-fashion circus rolling into town, the Scholastic Book Fair is set up for a few days every November at St. Luke's. Everyone gets to view, shop and enjoy, and then it is packed up and the library is back to normal again. The book fair ends when the last trolley is closed on Friday morning.
Everything in our world is a lesson, even the book fair. Some children buy books; some children don't; some children need to budget and can't always buy what they had wanted to.
It is my hope that with the success of the book fair, I can add many great new books to our shelves for all the students to enjoy!
A big "Thank You!" to all of the St. Luke's families who continue to support their school library!
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