- ATTENTION SUPPORTERS:
Here is a list of schools and organizations with book fairs in progress. Please select the fundraiser you wish to support and ENTER THE BOOK FAIR TRACKING CODE in the COUPON SECTION at CHECKOUT. Your net purchase will be added to their sales goal and tracked through our online shopping cart. If you wish to make a purchase and have the books shipped directly to the school or organization tell us on your order. To determine which books your school needs please check their online Wish List (if available). Remember your sales dollars are helping your school or organization "Raise Funds to Raise Kids."
Or if you are not sure what books to purchase, consider An Ashay's GIFT CARD, they are available in amounts of $25, $50, $75, $100, $250 and or $500.
Please note: If you are supporting a Book Fair you cannot use both a Book Fair Code and a Coupon on the same order. (No Double Dipping) Thank you for your support and kindness. It’s a Win Win for Everyone!
LIVE BOOK FAIRS IN PROGRESS
School / Organization Name Location BOOK FAIR TRACKING CODE Dates
CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO BOOK FAIRS IN PROGRESS
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Run For Your Life
List Price: $6.99 (Paperback - Teen Fiction / Sports / Achievement - 1997)
Ashay's Price: $6.99
Kisha, 13, and her younger brother are the third generation of their family to live in an Oakland, Calif., housing project. Her father, out of work for two years, has grown embittered, and while drugs and violence are part of everyday life, they haven't lost their power to scare Kisha. But when a new youth director at the community center organizes a girls' track team, he instills hope, discipline and a sense of belonging in Kisha and her friends-enough to help them withstand the pressures of the streets and the abuse many of them encounter at home. (217 pgs) Ages 10-14"Ashay Says: This book is based on a true story and tells how one girl became involved in sports and changed her life. Please get it for your library."