Frequently Asked Questions
1. For each item you buy, you can choose another item for the same or lower price for FREE.
2. Because it is only four days, online ordering will not be available.
3. If we run out of a book or other item, we cannot get any more. We will help your child choose an
4. Did we mention that for each item you buy, you can choose another item for the same or lower price
How does BOGO work?
For each item you buy, you can choose another item for the same or lower price for FREE.
Is everything Buy-One-Get-One FREE?
Yes, everything. For each item you buy, you can choose another item for the same or lower price for FREE.
What if I buy 100 books?
You can choose 100 more for free.
Do I pay for the most expensive books?
Yes and no.
If you buy only two items, you pay for the higher priced item (or they can both be the same price).
If you buy four or more items, you pay for every other item from highest to lowest price. Example:
You buy 6 items priced $6, $11, $14, $2, $3 and $6
The register automatically sorts these by price high-to-low: $14, $11, $6, $6, $3, $2
You pay for every other item: $14, $11, $6, $6, $3, $2
So you pay for the $14, $6, and $3 items. You get the $11, $6, and $2 items for free.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. We accept all major credit cards and most debit cards. We also accept cash.
When is Winter Wonderland (Family Shopping Night)?
Families may shop at our Winter Wonderland event on Wednesday, December 8, from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Sign up here to reserve a time.
May students and families shop the Book Fair before and after school?
No. Current COVID restrictions do not allow us to have open shopping times in the Library.
Students may shop in-person on their assigned Library days.
Students may shop at the door on any day if they bring a list of which items they wish to buy.
Tip: review the photos on the BOGO web page to create a shopping list.
Families may sign up for Winter Wonderland to shop in-person on Wednesday, December 8.
What are my child's assigned Library days that they can shop in-person?
Tuesday, December 7
Mr. Ison, Ms. Banks, Ms. Salisbury, Ms. Mangan, Mr. Dean, Ms. Landahl
Wednesday, December 8
Ms. Scott, Ms. Marra, Ms. Gambarelli, Ms. Carney, Ms. Dannaker, Ms. Melo, Ms. Malone
Thursday, December 9
Mr. Tingler, Mr. Sullivan, Ms. Green, Ms. Wilson, Ms. Aguilera, Ms. Landa, Ms. Simmons
Friday, December 10
Ms. Dolson, Mr. Rojas, Ms. Baesa, Ms. Lowery, Ms. Dimalanta, Ms. Goe, Ms. Floyd
Pre-K does not have an assigned library day and may shop on any of the days we are open
We can't afford books. Is my child being left out?
During the Book Fair we share many of the books as read-alouds with all the children.
Miss Kay's story: I grew up loving books. The Book Fair was one of my favorite times of year, even though I never bought a book. My family just didn't have enough money. But I loved looking at all the new books. I thought Book Fairs were so much fun! I knew that when the Book Fair was over, my librarian would buy many of those books and put them on our library shelves so I could read them. I hope my students feel the same love and excitement for new books, and I look forward to purchasing their favorites to add to our library.