Aaron’s Books hosts in-store book fairs for public and private schools, where families of students are invited to shop at Aaron’s Books at certain days and times, and proceeds from their purchases are donated to the school. Your organization will be give fliers/forms to distribute for the month before the fundraiser. Participants are invited to bring in the flier during the fundraising time and a percentage of those sales is donated back to your organization. You need to do nothing more than promote the shopping days and hand out fliers! We can also produce a “catalogue” of hand-selected books for the students to take home and place orders (like that other company… only our catalogues are literature, can be curriculum based, and have no cheap plastic toys or movie tie-in paraphernalia)
Author Visits to Schools
Aaron’s Books works with administrators, librarians, teachers, and parent organizations to bring nationally-known authors and illustrators for school visits. By working with a local bookstores, many authors will reduce or eliminate their speaking fees. Aaron’s Books will arrange for book orders, books sales, and book signings by the author with a donation to the school from the book sale proceeds. Reading Incentives Aaron’s Books is happy to provide classrooms and PTAs with coupons for free and discounted books as part of school reading programs.
All teachers and school staff receive 10% off every day. Aaron’s Books will also order books for classrooms and libraries at 20-40% off. We are an IU13 approved vendor and will bill the school directly for orders over $75. Books will be deilvered free of charge within a 15 mile radius.
Book Binding and Textbook Repairs
Aaron’s Books can help your school in repairing costly textbooks, and bind paperback books to extend their shelf life. Our prices are competitive with outside sources.
Book Sales at Your Events
Aaron’s Books is available to sell books at offsite events hosted by nonprofit, school, and church groups. Recent partners include the Junior League of Lancaster, Susquehanna Sustainable Business Network, Lititz Public Library, Pennsylvannia Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts, Capital Blue Cross, and the PA Downtown Center. Proceeds from the sales of books at the event are donated to the hosting group.
Aaron’s Books is available for local community and book groups to use for meetings and events.