61st Annual AAUW Atlanta Bookfair
To our patrons and fellow book lovers.
Due to COVID-19 health and safety concerns, AAUW Atlanta Bookfair will not take place this fall at Perimeter Mall.It is very disappointing not to be able to share a special week of books and connections.
Everyone stay safe and healthy!
The Atlanta Branch uses the proceeds to fund:
- AAUW Fellowships, Grants and Legal Advocacy
- Local Undergraduate Scholarships
- Community Action Grants and Programs
All books sold at Bookfair are donated, and all sorting, pricing and sales are accomplished by member volunteers.
Click for more information about BookFair.
Year-Round Book Donations
AAUW Atlanta Bookfair appreciates all continued book donations for our future events and online sales. AAUW’s commitment to providing scholarships and community projects to promote education and equity for women and girls continues.
Donate books for the Atlanta AAUW Bookfair at these locations. Click for a large map.
Please call the Bookroom (404) 261-7646 for questions and up-to-date information.
Dunwoody Village Bookdrop
Look for the red bookdrop near Walgreens under several trees.
Look for the red bookdrop in the lower level of the Bloomingdales parking deck. From Peachtree Road, turn onto Lenox Parkway. Travel 0.4 miles. Turn left just before the parking deck, then right into the deck.
East Cobb Bookdrop
Look for the AAUW Bookdrop in the parking lot of St. Peter & St. Paul Episcopal Church. The church is on the west side of Johnson Ferry Rd. 0.7 mi north of Roswell Rd. (120).
N. Druid Hills / Briarcliff Target Bookdrop – No Longer Available
The AAUW Bookdrop in the Target parking lot was vandalized and no longer available as of December 6, 2020.
2900 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Look for the red bookdrop located at the south entrance to Publix in the Peach Shopping Center.
For further information about how and where books can be donated, please contact: email@example.com
The Atlanta Branch held its first Bookfair on September 15-17, 1960 in a tent on the open-air upper level of the brand-new Lenox Square Mall. Members, friends, families, and neighbors donated books. The event was later moved to the open-air lower level near the Delta Air Lines rotunda, and in 1973 the event moved into Lenox’s newly enclosed, air-conditioned mall. As Bookfair continued to grow, the Cobb County and North Fulton Branches joined Atlanta in operating the sale in 1997. Bookfair moved to Perimeter Mall in 2006.
Bookfair has grown into the primary fund-raising activity of the Atlanta Branch. This project has the potential of engaging every member in some activity: donating, sorting, pricing or picking up books; promotional activities; designing the layout and setting up Bookfair; and telephoning, cashiering, or serving as sales personnel during the event.