May 4-7, 2017
Greensfelder Recreation Complex
Benefitting Education & Literacy Programs
Greater St. Louis Book Fair is one of the nation's oldest, largest and most popular charity book sales. Since 1950, book lovers and collectors have enjoyed bargain prices on a diverse and quality selection of new, gently-used and rare books. Fair proceeds benefit local non-profit education and literacy programs.
Greater St. Louis Book Fair sells hundreds of rare and collectible books, movies, music, comics and ephemera. Our inventory includes first editions, limited editions, out of print editions, signed copies and other treasures.
Volunteers begin posting rare and collectible inventory in the summer. Check back frequently for new updates.
Van Wulfften Palthe, A.W. (Author)
Published: Beekbergen, Netherlands: World's Poultry Science ASsociation. (1992)
Publication Date: (1992)
Published: Vancouver, BC, Canada: Mitchell Press Limited. (1976)
Publication Date: (1976)
Gunn, Michael (Editor) and Philippe Peltier (Editor)
Published: St. Louis, MO, USA: St, Louis Art Museum. (2006)
Publication Date: (2006)
Ore, Bob (Editor) and Pal Kepenyes (Illustrator)
Published: Bob Ore. (1995)
Publication Date: (1995)
Signed By: Pal Kepenyes
Cooper, Douglas (Author)
1st Edition - First English edition
Published: New York, NY, United States: Harry N. Abrams. (1963)
Publication Date: (1963)
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Friends of the Fair Newsletter
Greater St. Louis Book Fair gratefully accepts donations of new or gently used books, records, CDs, DVDs, comics, manga, graphic novels and ephemera.
MISSION STATEMENTBook Fair is an organization of volunteers that provides a community service by recycling books and other items and produces an annual sale to raise funds exclusively for charitable organizations which have an emphasis on literacy.
Grant applicationGrant requests are now being accepted. Please click on the charities tab for the grant application.
Grant recipients must be a 501(c)(3) agency.
Grant funds must be used for literacy and/or education purposes.
If the organization is a previous Book Fair grant recipient it must provide proof of when and how the funds were used.