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Book sale committee

The principle of the sale of used books is simple: You put your used books up for sale this year and you buy the books for the next school year. In order to meet the needs of students, we have scheduled several sale sessions this year for the German, English, French, Italian, Finnish, Portugese, Dutch and Swedish section

The book sales will be organized in the prefab building at the school. The dates will be mailed to the parents.

S4 and S5 Students

As last year the book sale committee appeals to S4 and S5 students to help during the book sales. See document with description tasks for students S4 and S5
Afterwards, the book sale committee will give each student helper a certificate setting out the voluntary work they have done, which is likely to look good on their CVs. S4 and S5 students willing to help should complete registration form for students S4 and S5 and hand it to Ferhan Pelister at the APEEE office in the prefabs or send it by email to secretariat.apeee@woluweparents.org.

Sell sheet 2017

to be filled out with the details of the books you want to sell and which you bring to the book sale (2 copies) together with the books.

How does the book sale work?

Explanations and instructions regarding these deposit / sale meetings: how does the book sale work?
Sell Sheet 2017 to be filled out with the details of the books you want to sell and which you bring to the book sale (2 copies) together with the books.
You fill in 1 registration form with the details of the books you want to sell and print off 2 slips. In case you would like to sell books from different language sections, please fill out one registration form per language section. Send the registration form by e-mail to secretariat.apeee@woluweparents.org.

Booklist 2017-2018 for Kindergarten and primary

Information will be published on the school website.

Booklist 2017-2018 for secondary

Information will be published on the school website.

List with 2nd hand books for sale

please send a message to Françoise Brefort at fransounette@skynet.be

  • In case you would like to buy a book from the German inventory book list, please contact Andrea Shantee Troppmann at andrea.troppmann@scarlet.be
  • If you are still looking for books from the IT section, you are welcome to contact Mr. Gerardi by sending an email to ggerardi@dommel.be and this until the end of September.
  • If you are looking for books from the NL section, you are welcome to contact Ms Stéphanie Pirsoul by sending an email to stephanie.pirsoul@ec.europa.eu
  • If you are looking for books from the SV section, you are welcome to contact Mr Mauro Collalto by sending an email to mauro.collalto@ec.europa.eu

If you are still looking for a book after the last book sale, just send an email to secretariat.apeee@woluweparents.org with ‘Book required’ as the subject line. We will do our best to help you and, if we have the book you need, we will arrange a day/time for you to come and collect it.
Anyone who wants to reclaim their unsold books should send an email to secretariat.apeee@woluweparents.org. Please indicate the name of the seller and the coloured number which was allocated to the books. Any unclaimed books will be kept for the next book sale in June 2016.

Books recovery

During the month of September to January 2015 you can collect your unsold books. This can be done by sending a message to fransounette@skynet.be.
Unsold books (DE – LT – IT – FI – EN – PT-FR) can be recovered until 30 December 2016

After this period

  • The books that are still in the school program this year will be retained and represented at the sale in June 2017.
  • The books which are no longer on the list will be either given to a charity organization or destroyed.

Note: when not recovering your books which are no longer in the program before December 2016, you agree to donate them and therefore not receive any money for them.

Note

The committee has no profit and members only act as volunteers and receive no wages. The committee of the book sale is not responsible for books damaged, lost or stolen. This service is provided by parent volunteers, apart from APEEE.

The APEEE declines all responsibility for the information contained in this message. Also, no responsibility will be assumed by the APEEE for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the use made of information contained in this message.