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2011 Bookfair Artifact

  1. 1. 2011 BookfairApril 8-12<br />Peace, Love, <br />&<br />Books<br />
  2. 2. Preparation tasks<br />Worked at the Kendall E. S. Bookfair to gain insights into how a bookfair is run<br />Received training on the cash register machine<br />Coordinated for parent volunteers<br />Coordinated with the Follett Book Rep.<br />Decorate the library to support the theme <br /> “Peace, Love, & Books”<br />Me and my team preparing!<br />
  3. 3. Book Fair Goals<br />Make a $3,000 profit from the bookfair<br />Insure all reading classes get at least 30 minutes of dedicated bookfair time<br />Open the Bookfair 30 minutes before school each day, and 2 hours after school the day before it closes<br />Provide the students a safe, entertaining,& fun experience<br />
  4. 4. Daily duties<br />Run the cash register, and track daily purchases<br />Insure the “LonestarBooktalk” video was running continuously<br />Answer questions about book selections, price of items, and other concerns<br />Direct parent volunteers<br />Stay positive <br />
  5. 5. Closing the Bookfair<br />Process the receipts from the bookfair<br />Inventory the books and other items<br />Break down the tables and display areas<br />Coordinate with the Follett Rep. for pickup<br />Clean up the library<br />
  6. 6. Lessons Learned<br />Coordinate every detail. No detail is too small<br />Advertise the upcoming bookfair to students by flyers, posters, and announcements<br />Invite the Principal so he/she can see an important part of your program<br />Volunteers can run the register, but the librarian should track all receipts<br />Have Fun<br />

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