Community book fair planned for Raft River Elementary

A Scholastic Book Fair on Nov. 20-24 will help raise funds for the school library

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Raft River Elementary will host a Scholastic Book Fair on Nov. 20-24 to help raise funds for the school library. Parents, children, teachers, and the community are invited to attend.

The book fair, which will take place in the library, will be open each day at lunchtime (12-12:40 p.m.), before school (8-8:40 a.m.) on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, and after school (3-4 p.m.) on Monday and Thursday, with a special evening opening on Wednesday night from 6-7 p.m. with refreshments and special door prizes.

The fair will feature a wide range of books for children including picture books, graphic novels, popular book series, chapter books, novels, and non-fiction.

Proceeds from the fair will also be used to purchase classroom resources and support school projects such as creating a Makerspace (a collaborative workspace for making, learning, exploring that uses high tech to no-tech tools) in the library.

P.S.: Books make excellent Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers!

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