Book fair memories are pouring in and we can’t get enough of the nostalgia being shared. Take a look at some of the great memories shared so far.
Stephanie Wilkes (@stephaniewilkes) memory
Growing up in a rural area meant no bookstores and a 45 minute trip to the library. When the @Scholastic Book Fair rolled into my small cafeteria, my world exploded. I had never see so many books for me to buy and keep forever. #Sweepstakes #bookfairmemories— Stephanie Wilkes (@stephaniewilkes) June 27, 2018
Erin Borla (@erin.deggendorferborla) memory
Tristan Poindexter (@bigbookish_andbeautiful) memory
Erin Templin (@SweetMamaLove) memory
Brittany Barnes (@thelegoteacher) memory
We always saved extra money to prepare for book fairs. I was a die hard Dear America fan and those beautiful hardcover books cost a lot. My mom always let me get one. I have them for my students to read in my classroom 20 yrs later! @Scholastic#BookFairMemories#Sweepstakes pic.twitter.com/XZNKajsTcH— Brittany Barnes (@thelegoteacher) July 9, 2018
Jaclyn (@MissMuseologist) memory
Kelly Lopez (@kellybear7773) memory
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Post by Chelsea Bennett, Scholastic Book Fairs