Scrolling through the feed of a millennial Twitter user, it’s hard to deny the trendiness of nostalgia. One account titled “90s Girl Problems” reaches over half of a million followers, with the popularity of other “throwback” themed accounts and posts following closely behind. Yet amidst all of the tweetable references to hair scrunchies, Nirvana and Lisa Frank, the remembrance of one educational event seems to repeatedly evoke fond memories from today’s young adults – Scholastic Book Fairs. “When the revolution comes I hope they let us keep the Scholastic Book Fair,” one tweet reads. “Marry someone who makes you feel the way you felt during Scholastic Book Fair week in grade school,” says another.