Over 1,500 beautifully-illustrated children’s books, educational magazines, games, CDs and DVDs in French, Spanish and English will be on sale at the 4th annual French and Spanish Children’s Book Fair hosted by the International School of Brooklyn (ISB), on December 6, from 11 a.m. — 3 p.m.
This event, held at John Jay High School, 237 Seventh Avenue, is New York City’s largest multilingual book event for children, featuring selections of bestsellers and classics from leading children’s book publishers including: Anaya, Bayard Jeunesse, Bruno, Ecole de Loisirs, Flammarion/Pere Castor, Fondo de Cultura Economica, Gallimard, Grupo Edebe, Kalandraka, La Galera, Milan Jeunesse, Scholastic Canada and others.
A bake sale and various children’s activities are planned, including storytime, arts and crafts, face painting and more.
Entry to the fair is free; book items and bake sale prices vary. Books and activities are age appropriate for children 0 to 10 years old.
Used Book Donation Program: Donate gently used, good-condition French or Spanish children’s books and receive $1 coupon per donated book. Coupons are valid towards new book purchases.
For more information email infoatisbrooklyn.org Or phone: 718-369-3023.
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