Scholastic Summer Reading Book Fair Program

The characters they love and the books they want…in the season they love most.

 

Give kids a boost of #BookJoy this summer! Host a Scholastic Summer Reading Book Fair between June 1 and July 30! Whether you’re in school or on break we’ve got a Fair that’s right for you. 
 

In session? Go In-Person!

The magic of summer meets the wonder of Book Fairs, with in-person options that are easier than ever. A Scholastic Summer Reading Book Fair brings the whole community together to help fuel a love of reading in kids and raise critical funds for schools. See our creative and flexible options.

 


No School? No Problem!

Keep kids reading all summer long and accelerate school readiness, with grade level goodies and the Great Summer Reads value packs available at our Virtual Fairs. For Book Fair chairpeople, this is our easiest Fair yet! We offer “set it and forget it” email campaigns, reminding parents to participate.

Our Virtual Fairs are summer-ready with a fun & fresh beach-themed virtual experience (only for Fairs between June 1 and July 30!). It features a scavenger hunt, book and author videos, and specially curated summer reading lists. 

  • A two-week Virtual Fair experience featuring a summer beach theme

  • Access to The Scholastic Store Online to shop more than 6,000 titles

  • Direct to home delivery and FREE shipping on book-only orders over $25

  • Ability to earn back 25% in rewards on every purchase, plus additional rewards throughout the year

 


Sand, Sun, and Reading Fun!

Don't miss your chance to keep your students reading all summer long. Reserve your Scholastic Summer Reading Book Fair now! Email our Customer Care team or call (800) 352-7186 with any questions. 

 


Interactive Summer #BookJoy

By creating an account on Home Base, kids get an awesome interactive experience where they can read, play games, join dance parties; and more! Plus they can help out while having fun, by unlocking a donation of thousands of books to Save the Children for kids in rural America with limited or no access to books.