Children’s Book Fair Benefiting Project Transformation
March 2, 2013
to 11 PM
7700 West Northwest Highway , Suite 300 , Dallas, TX
Bring the kids and celebrate Dr. Seuss' Birthday and "Read Across America Week" with this Project Transformation Children's Book Fair and fun festivities at the Barnes & Noble NorthPark. Enjoy free children's crafts and activities all day, plus a special Dr. Seuss story time with a costumed Cat in the Hat. Purchase new books for Project Transformation's summer literacy programs or simply mention their name at checkout and a percentage of your purchase will be donated to the charity in support of its goal to raise 1,500 new books for its free summer literacy programs for children and youth. If you can't attend the Book Fair in-person visit bn.com/bookfairs to support the effort online (enter Bookfair ID: 11047933).
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