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Half price book fair at Neatherd from 12th December

Dear Students and Parents/Carers,

You are invited to our HALF PRICE BOOK FAIR!

With so many brilliant book bargains to explore and Christmas just around the corner it’s the perfect way for you to get the latest titles for less and help fill those Christmas stockings!

Come and join us!

WHEN: Wednesday 12th December until 4.20pm Tuesday 8th January.

WHERE: The school library – open until 4.20pm everyday throughout this week. Friday 14th December fair will close at 3.50pm.

There are over 200 titles for you to browse through, starting at only £1.50- there’s sure to be a book for everyone to enjoy. Titles available include Mortal Engines, My Mum Tracy Beaker, Mary Poppins, Ice Monster (David Walliams) What Monster? Tom Gates plus many classics and other great reads to snuggle down with over the festive period. Don’t forget that every book you buy can help to get FREE BOOKS for our school- the last two book fairs have successfully raised a total of over £170 worth of books for our library.

Payment for books is through Phone Pay (collect details from library) or Book Fair Vouchers- the safe, secure way to ensure you get the books you really want plus you’ll save 20% when you buy online meaning a £12 voucher costs only £10, a £6 voucher costs only £5 and so on. Please visit bookfairs.scholastic.co.uk/parents for further details. Cash will be accepted at the event but please have the correct change.

‘Wish List’ sheets will be available for students to fill in to enable parents to buy selected books without students knowing- please contact Mrs Gill for further information.

I hope to see you at our special autumn term reading event!

Kind Regards

Mrs L Gill