Spring Book Fair:
The Lake Forest Fall Book Fair
Children must be accompanied by an adult
to enter the book fair.
Friday, October 18th 3-4 p.m.
October 21st - 25th
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
8:30–8:45 am & 3–4pm
Wednesday October 23rd 8:30–8:45 am & 2-3 pm
Friday October 25th 8:30–8:45 am & Fall Festival: 4-7:30 pm
Special Event Shopping: Fall Festival October 25th 4pm-7:30pm
NEW digital payment option: Book Fair eWallet! Now your student can shop the Fair cash-free! Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and to create an account. Click Here to set up acct.
We need Volunteers! Please Click Here to sign up for available opportunities or email Mrs. Carpenter.
Unable to attend the Fair in person? We invite you to visit our online Book Fair at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/lakeforestelemschool1
We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair!
100% of all proceeds go directly to Lake Forest Library!
Each year, Lake Forest hosts a Fall and Spring Scholastic Book fair. Parents and students alike love browsing the latest novels, picture books and non-fiction items for sale. All proceeds from Scholastic Book Fairs go directly back to our library to purchase new books and materials.
The Scholastic Book Fair is open to all, so bring the whole family. It creates an enjoyable opportunity to get excited about reading, and explore an extensive collection of affordable books.
Turn Dollars and Coins Into Books and Smiles!
This year, one of our goals is to help ensure all children have access to books. One way we can do that is participating in Scholastic’s All for Books program, through which we collect loose change and bills for one week:
Monday – Pennies
Tuesday – Nickels
Wednesday – Dimes
Thursday – Quarters
Friday - Dollars/Checks
The money collected goes to purchasing more books for your child’s classroom.
Not only does your donation help our school, the Scholastic Possible Fund matches every donation, up to $1 million in books, received through the program and distributes them to children in need through organizations such as Kids In Need Foundation, Reader to Reader, Inc., and the National Center for Families Learning.