Our book fairs are for public and private schools – Independent, Religious, Montessori and more.

For All Schools:

  • We bring grade appropriate books to
    1. elementary
    2. middle
    3. pre-school
    4. K-8 Schools.
  • You choose “books only” option, or sell books plus a few items like bookmarks and pencils.
  • Add your own products like school clothing.
    Some clients: Gordon, E. Providence, RI (logo clothes); Cabot, Newton, MA (book marks); and, Bridge, Lexington, MA (PTO cookbook)
  • We provide Summer Reading and Bulk English Department Orders for high schools.
  • Often after one school in a town, word spreads, and we often help more schools in town.
  • We work with librarians, PTOs, reading specialists and English departments.
  • We accept cash, check, and credit cards.  Also consider our cashless book fair option

Public Schools:

  • We have options to co-ordinate on town-wide reads or Summer Reading Programs
  • Customize your fair with books for a visiting author.
  • Our fairs are designed to minimize the volunteer work needed.
  • You choose how to take your profit: cash, books, or a mix of both.

Private Schools:

  • Private schools have the options detailed above, and some additional needs.
  • We serve schools with single gender students. We adjust our titles for the student body.
    Some clients: Fessenden (Boys), Newton, MA; and Lincoln (Girls), Providence, RI
  • Religious schools, (Protestant, Catholic, Jewish) appreciate the ability to adjust title selection.
    Some clients: St. Joe’s Needham, MA; and Maimonides, Brookline, MA
  • We serve numerous Montessori schools.
    Some clients: Kingsley Montessori, Boston, MA; Lexington Montessori, Lexington, MA; and, Ocean State Montesorri, E. Providence, RI
  • Many schools add our cashless book fair option to their cash, check or credit card processing.
    Some clients: Dexter School, Brookline, MA; and Brookwood, Manchester, MA
  • Independent Schools useour services for fairs with sales that may exceed $40,000.
    Some Clients: Avenues, NYC, NY; Pike, Andover, MA; and Fay Southboro, MA