The Bishop Guertin Bookstore sells textbooks and spirit wear for students and families. Run by Br. Larry, it is also a popular lunchtime hangout for our Cardinals.
Bookstore Hours during School Year
Monday – Friday
7:15 AM – 3:00 PM
Please note the bookstore is closed each day from 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM.
Questions? Please call 603.889.4107 ext. 4334 or email email@example.com.
NEWS AND UPDATES
Follett will continue to have shipping delays for the next 2 to 3 weeks. The Follett team is working seven days a week to keep up with the shipping volume but they are challenged with constant changes, shipping delays, and keeping their fulfillment centers staffed.
Warriner’s Handbook Third Course is out of print and will have to be purchased through Amazon or used copies through the bookstore.
TEXTBOOK AND SUMMER READING INFORMATION
Bishop Guertin High School utilizes Follett Virtual Campus for our school’s online bookstore. For more than 145 years, family-owned Follett has served the education market and will help ensure our students are ready for the first day of school with course materials in hand.
Our teachers have selected the course materials required for the upcoming school year, and the Follett team has worked to make the books available for purchase through our online bookstore beginning on July 6, 2020.
Please note, some books on the below book lists may be not be directly offered through Follett. We encourage families to explore other online vendors such as Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
The BG bookstore carries a limited supply of textbooks and summer reading materials. For more information on book availability, please call Br. Larry at 603-889-4107 ext. 4334.
Book Lists by Grade and Summer Reading List
The Book Store will be accepting donations of current uniforms. This includes the styles that Red Brick Clothing offered as of last year (beginning of 2019 school year) for boys and girls long sleeve oxfords, polo’s 1/4 zip fleece, and skirts. The only skirt that will be accepted is the one with the BG on the hem. All donated uniforms must be washed and pressed and ready to be hung and sold. Any money raised from the sale of these uniforms will be donated to BG’s African Mission Drive.