Children’s Book Fairs « Mummy Knows Best - The hands-on mum's guide to cool kids' stuff

A room without books is like a body without a soul!

Our baby’s library takes up more space than the toys – he loves the written word and imagery. The tip for today is Book Fairs. New parents don’t pass these up for anything. The fairs are not normally advertised so you have to keep your eyes open for them.

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Head there in comfortable shoes, a large bag and water or wet wipes to wash dusty hands post the browsing. This is no Crosswords experience but is fun anyway. Head straight to the children’s section and be amazed at the treasures you can find here for throw away rates as ridiculous as 10 bucks! I picked up a heap of books last week for that rate – excellent condition, second hand apparently, Dr. Seuss, Richard Scarry, Mercer Mayer and a few Walt Disney hard covers.

All you need to do is wipe them down, tag your child’s name over any other name if it’s there and voila – like new.
If you see the Macmillan McGraw Hill ‘Sing a Sweet Song’- grab it. The book has Russian, Puerto Rican and African American folk tales, along with inputs from the authors about their relationship with the story making it interesting for baby and you.

So next time you want to update your baby library head to the nearest book fair and don’t even bother checking the rates – they almost all have from 50% to 80% off.

Current Book Fair at Assam Bhavan, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Opposite Center One. On till October. Offering 85%

off. Tel: 9224276261. Open every day from 11 am to 7 pm.

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