Looking for a book group? Join one of ours!
For the best in young adult fiction, open to readers 16 and older.
Meets the first Monday of each month at 7pm.
The Year We Were Famous by Carole Estby Dagg
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan
For the best in contemporary titles.
Meets the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm.
The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman
For the books that have stood the test of time (One classic title every season).
Meets once a season.
This Season's Selection
Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
by Danny Gregory
“Wake up your creative self with this wonderful book! Tips, suggestions and ideas put you on the right path to creativity. A perfect gift for an artist!”– Eve
Gluten Free Girl & the Chef
by Shauna James Ahern and Danny Ahern
“"Gluten-Free Girl" Shauna Ahern has finally released her cookbook and what a book it is! Along with her chef husband, Danny, they share their love of food and each other with the world. Beautiful pictures and helpful hints, this is a must-have for any person shopping and cooking gluten-free.”– Laura
The Good, Good Pig: The Extraordinary Life of Christopher Hogwood
by Sy Montgomery
“This pig is an inspiration. He eats what he likes, as much as he likes. He sleeps when he's tired, rolls in the mud, goes for walks all over the countryside, and gets his tummy rubbed by all who meet him. He started out a 7lb runt and grew into a 750lb Buddha. A good, good pig!”– Kerry
by Anita Shreve
“A story about a young EMT who falls in love, weds, and has a daughter with a woman he rescues from a drunk-driving accident. However, he can't rescue her from her alcoholism and, in the process of raising his daughter alone, he finds he may need some rescuing himself.”– Sarah
by Judy Blundell
“With Dreams of stardom urging her on, aspiring actress Kit Corrigan arrives in post-WWII New York City only to find the climb to the top a little steeper than she imagined. Although she wants to distance herself from old connections, Kit's only hope of help comes in the form of her boyfriend's father - a lawyer working for the Irish mob. The complex characters, intricate plotting, and atmospheric murder mystery once again come together to create another flawless novel by the amazing Judy Blundell (What I Saw and How I Lied).”– Jessica
Why hold a book fair?
Book fairs are a great way to raise money for your school.
They can be held in our store, in your school, and even online at ubookstore.com.
AT OUR STORE
At a store book fair, you can showcase student artwork and performers in our space, making the book fair a destination event for your school. This allows your community to shop our store for our great selection of books; Husky gear; art, school, or office supplies, etc. AND have a percentage of those purchases go right back to your school. (And they can take advantage of free parking, free gift wrapping, and awesome customer service, too!)
AT YOUR SCHOOL
With a book fair at your school, we can customize the selection of books we deliver to you, pick them up when the fair ends, and even send a bookseller to work there.
BOTH AT OUR STORE AND AT YOUR SCHOOL
We even offer a hybrid store/school book fair, so that busy families, faculty, and friends can have even more flexibility to shop during the school day, in the evenings, and on weekends, which gives them even more opportunities to support your school.
Through our website, friends and family near and far can participate, supporting your school by shopping ubookstore.com. We keep track of their purchases with a unique book fair code entered at checkout.
We can help you get the word out about your book fair by supplying you with posters, flyers, and even an email you can send out to your community.
THE BOTTOM LINE
You can take your proceeds in two different ways. Choose cash and get 15% of the book fair's sales. Choose store credit and get 25% of the book fair's sales—which will stretch even further with you PiE educator discount of 20%.
Need more info? Give us a call or stop by and ask to speak to someone about a book fair.
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Mill Creek Town Center
15311 Main Street
Mill Creek, WA 98012
- Monday – Thursday: 7am – 8pm
- Friday & Saturday: 7am – 9pm
- Sunday: 8am – 6pm
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New Hours Beginning March 28
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- Saturday: 7am – 6pm
- Sunday: 8am – 5pm