The Books Are Fun book fair Thursday at the Milton campus of Pensacola State College covered several genres of literature from children's books, to young adult, hobby, cooking, and more. The majority of books at the fair were written for younger readers like "Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth" by Jane O'Connor and "I love my mommy" by David Belford and Brenna Vaughn, but there were a few adult titles including Tom Clancy's "Op Center" and the book that inspired the movie, "The Monuments Men" by Robert M. Edsel with Bret Witter. The fair sold more than books including rain gauges, bug zappers, outdoor food covers, and a number of children's games and toys. Arthur Rines, who operated the fair, said customers received a 40 to 80 percent discount on books at the fair compared to retail prices. According to Rines, Books Are Fun holds the fairs as fundraisers at hospitals, nursing homes, and schools. Rines said because the fair pulls from 200 different publishers there are never the same books twice.