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Emily Ann Brown

Parents still gravitate toward a school book fair because they like when children get reading recommendations from educators. Providers who have offered e-books at the fairs have found that kids, and many adults, still prefer paperbacks.
Students still love holding books in their hands and collecting titles to fill their home libraries. Schools across the country are therefore recommitting to the good old school book fair in elementary and middle schools as providers also test out approaches to holding the events in high schools.
High school book fairs can serve as community-wide fundraisers or be tied to special events.
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