Planning Your Book Fair: The Basics for In-school, In-store, and Online Planning Success Part 2

Planning Your Book Fair: The Basics for In-school, In-store, and Online Planning Success Part 2 (February 10, 2021)

Book fairs can be a profitable undertaking for a bookstore, but for those who have yet to launch a fair or who are new to them, the task can be overwhelming. As a continuation of the ABC Group’s virtual education session “Building School Partnerships: Your Librarian, Your Friend,” this session will feature booksellers with established relationships with their local school districts who will share how to build a realistic timeline for a book fair, manage bookstore and school expectations based on a school’s needs, and create a checklist to ensure the fair goes off without a hitch, whether it’s in-person or online.

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Planning Your Book Fair: The Basics for In-school, In-store, and Online Planning Success Part 2
Planning Your Book Fair: The Basics for In-school, In-store, and Online Planning Success Part 2 (February 10, 2021)

Book fairs can be a profitable undertaking for a bookstore, but for those who have yet to launch a fair or who are new to them, the task can be overwhelming. As a continuation of the ABC Group’s virtual education session “Building School Partnerships: Your Librarian, Your Friend,” this session will feature booksellers with established relationships with their local school districts who will share how to build a realistic timeline for a book fair, manage bookstore and school expectations based on a school’s needs, and create a checklist to ensure the fair goes off without a hitch, whether it’s in-person or online.

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Planning Your Book Fair: The Basics for In-school, In-store, and Online Planning Success Part 2

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