Fall 2018 Bookworm Central Book Fair
Fall 2018 Book Fair Schedule
Monday & Tuesday, November 12th and 13th, students will come with their classes during the day to fill out wish lists. Please look for these in your child’s backpack. You are under no obligation to buy anything on the list.
Tuesday Evening, November 13th from 5:30-8:00 pm is Family Night. Everyone is welcome to browse and purchase books.
Wednesday November 14th, students and families may make purchases between 9:05 am and 4:15 pm.
Thursday, November 15th, students and families may make purchases between 7:45 am and 4:15 pm.
Friday, November 16th, students and families may make purchases between 9:05 am to 4:15 pm. Before or after the Thanksgiving Luncheon is a perfect time to shop!
We accept cash, checks, VISA, and MasterCard. Checks should be made out to Freedom Hill ES. All sales are final. We do not charge taxes.
Welcome to the Freedom Hill Library!
- There are over 15,000 books just waiting to be discovered, covering a wide variety of popular fiction and nonfiction authors and age ranges. The library is open from 9:05 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. for readers to check out and return books, as well as to work on class projects.
- Students in preschool, Head Start, ID/IDS, and K-2 visit the library weekly to connect with great books, learn library and research skills, and check out fiction and nonfiction titles related to their interests.
- Students in grades 3-6 come as a class every other week to develop research skills, nurture an excitement for literature, and check out titles of their choice.
Checking Out Books
- Kindergarten and first-grade students may check out two books. Third-sixth graders may check out four books.
- Books are checked out for two weeks. If students are not finished with a book, they may bring it in to renew it, or check it out again, as long as the book is not on hold for someone else.
- Students can get on a waiting list for books that are currently checked out to someone else using a paper form at the circulation desk or electronically using the link below. Teachers let their students know when the book they are waiting for is ready for pick up.
- Students are responsible for paying for damaged and/or lost books.