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Scholastic Book Fairs
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Books & Reference||1.22.3||August 08, 2017||3.71|
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Version 1.9.1 released on December 21, 2015
Version 1.8.3 released on October 27, 2015
Version 1.7.5 released on August 04, 2015
Version 1.7.11 released on October 02, 2015
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Enhance your Scholastic Book Fair experience! Not sure if a book is age appropriate for your child? Simply scan a book cover or barcode at the Book Fair to find out. Get additional book details such as author videos, award winners and podcasts. Plus, view recommendations for similar titles. Add titles to a wish list - many are available for purchase.
Get more information about a book such as:
- Reading levels
- Age and grade
- Book summary, price
- Videos, podcasts, awards
- Recommended or similar titles
The Scholastic Book Fair app features the ability to create, email and print wish lists.
Many books are available for purchase, subject to inventory availability.
This product is distributed under terms of following End User Licensing Agreement (EULA) available at http://www.scholastic.com/android_eula_bookfairs.html, please read it before downloading. By downloading this product you agree on terms of the EULA.
This app allows our Scholastic Book Fairs customers to search for books or scan a book’s cover, bar code, or QR code, using your mobile device’s camera, in order to view information related to the book.
This app includes a wish list feature, where students and adults can create lists of books of interest to them.
Adults can purchase books through the Scholastic Book Fair of their choice, by linking to Scholastic Online Book Fairs at store.scholastic.com or in the case of Storia eBooks, the Scholastic Store Online at bookfairs.scholastic.com. Adults are asked to select their Scholastic Book Fair by using their mobile device’s GPS tools or by entering a zip code. We ask users to do this so the school can earn rewards from Scholastic for the purchases made, and so that we know where to ship purchases. We do not save the GPS or zip code information. Each Scholastic Book Fair has an ID number in our system, and we do save the Scholastic Book Fair ID that is ultimately selected through the Fair check-in process.
Adults have the option of using a built-in Twitter or Facebook feature to share that they have checked in at the local Scholastic Book Fair. Scholastic does not save any information about these Twitter or Facebook accounts through these widgets.
Within the app, we may ask for (but do not save) a user’s date of birth to determine whether it’s appropriate for a child to use a particular feature. This app does not ask for personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13, and we will not intentionally collect any.
Additionally, Scholastic uses tracking technologies to determine how our app is being used by our visitors and to improve and customize it for our users. We use third party service providers to assist us in collecting and understanding app usage information. This data is stored anonymously and in aggregate and is not associated with any specific customer.
Developer: Scholastic Inc., 557 Broadway, New York, New York 10012
Operators: Scholastic Book Fairs, Inc., 1080 Greenwood Boulevard, Lake Mary, FL 32746 Scholastic Inc., 557 Broadway, New York, New York 10012
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Scholastic Book Fairs Ranking History | Books & Reference
Scholastic Book Fairs daily app ranking in Books & Reference category for the last 30 days.
Scholastic Book Fairs Worldwide Rankings | Books & Reference
Scholastic Book Fairs rankings per country in Books & Reference category.
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