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Books, books, books!

Scholastic Book Fairs supplies books and materials for schools’ book fairs

Latausha Elder has worked at Scholastic Book Fairs on Lochridge Boulevard in Covington for more than 11 years. She is tagging boxes of books that will be sent schools across Georgia for their fall book fairs. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

Latausha Elder has worked at Scholastic Book Fairs on Lochridge Boulevard in Covington for more than 11 years. She is tagging boxes of books that will be sent schools across Georgia for their fall book fairs. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

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Books are stacked from floor to ceiling in the warehouse for Scholastic Book Fairs. Employees are currently readying education materials for book fairs that will be held in schools across Georgia. In December, the warehouse, located at 14230 Lochridge Blvd., Suite A, in Covington will be open for two weeks to the public. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

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Bill Lemna, branch manager of Scholastic Book Fairs in Covington, said the warehouse located on Lochridge Boulevard serves about 650 schools across Georgia from the Atlanta area, including Rockdale and Newton counties, to schools in and around Macon to Statesboro. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

Latausha Elder has worked at Scholastic Book Fairs on Lochridge Boulevard in Covington for more than 11 years. She is tagging boxes of books that will be sent schools across Georgia for their fall book fairs. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

Books are stacked from floor to ceiling in the warehouse for Scholastic Book Fairs. Employees are currently readying education materials for book fairs that will be held in schools across Georgia. In December, the warehouse, located at 14230 Lochridge Blvd., Suite A, in Covington will be open for two weeks to the public. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

Bill Lemna, branch manager of Scholastic Book Fairs in Covington, said the warehouse located on Lochridge Boulevard serves about 650 schools across Georgia from the Atlanta area, including Rockdale and Newton counties, to schools in and around Macon to Statesboro. (Staff photo by Aimee Jones)

By Aimee Jones