2018 Year-End Scholastic Warehouse Sale

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Year-End Scholastic Warehouse Sale:
April 25-26 in Green Bay

Just in time for the end of the school year, the Scholastic Warehouse Book Sale comes to Green Bay. Great time to stock up for the coming year or refresh for summer reading!

The warehouse sales are designed for anyone involved in children’s education: teachers, librarians, homeschool teachers, school volunteers, and many other positions are able to attend.

Scholastic year-end warehouse sale


You can buy one, get one free on thousands of books at the Year-End Scholastic Warehouse Sale! This is a perfect opportunity to stock up your classroom, your home library, your school library, the Little Free Libraries in your neighborhood, your child’s classroom, or to take a look at the needs lists for various community organizations.

Many area organizations that receive a flood of donations at the holidays have needs year round, such as shelters and the police departments. You can find ideas for spots to send some love in the form of books here.

Register to Receive a SUPER SAVINGS PASS for an additional $10 off your purchase of $100 or more ($25 if you are using Scholastic Dollars!)

There’s no need to register in advance, but if you do, you’ll receive a coupon (one per person) for additional savings! Books are already marked down up to 80%, plus the BOGO offer…you can stack that SUPER SAVINGS PASS on top and stock up your entire neighborhood with your finds! Find the registration form here.


Green Bay 
Year-End Scholastic Warehouse Sale

Wednesday, April 25, 2018: 1 – 7 pm
Thursday, April 26, 2018: 10 am – 7 pm
Best Western Green Bay
780 Armed Forces Drive
Green Bay, WI 54304

Credit cards, checks, purchase orders, and Scholastic Dollars are preferred methods of payment. If using a purchase order, please bring it with you. Tax-exempt forms are needed to qualify for taxes to be waived.

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Liz Schultz
Liz was raised in Wisconsin and returned with her husband and children nine years ago. They've been exploring all of the old familiar places and lots of new ones too. She is an avid fan of coffee, tea, and tacos. When she manages to steal free time without a pile of laundry, she knits like a mad woman.


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