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> Library Book Sales 2015

Ongoing Sales

New Hampshire libraries can have their book sales added to this list by sending info (a short blurb ready to paste into this page) to Mary Russell.

July 2015

The Friends of the Ashland Town Library will hold a book sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 11, on the library grounds at 41 Main Street in downtown Ashland, at the intersection of Routes 3, 25 and 132. Books will be "sold" by donation.

August 2015

Friends of the Meredith Library Book Sale, 91 Main Street, Meredith, NH. Approximately 4000 books. All sales by donation. Boxes of books $15 each. August 27-29: Th Aug 27, 2:30-5:30; Fr Aug 28, 9-4:30; Sa Aug 29, 9-1:00.

September 2015

Manchester City Library will be having a $10 Bag Book Sale is September 19, 2015 (Saturday) from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in the Winchell Room on the lower level of the library. Manchester City Library is located at 405 Pine Street, between Amherst and Concord Streets, in Manchester NH. Check out the wide range of titles and subjects available at the 10,000 items plus Book Sale. Just bring empty average size paper and cloth grocery bags and fill them at the low, low bargain of $10 per bag. You will find a wide selection of cook books, Childrens’ books, fiction books of all types (hardcover and paperback), non-fiction books, audio books, musical odds and ends, large print books (mostly fiction), DVDs and some art prints (individually priced). You have to experience it to believe the possibilities. Sale materials are a combination of donated items from the public and materials weeded from the collection. Proceeds from the sales go to programs and projects at the library. Point of contact is Eileen Reddy, who can be reached at ereddy@manchesternh.gov or by phone at 624-6550 ext. 320 (Information Desk).

September 29 and 30, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.-Philip Read Memorial Library, at the Plainfield Town Hall, Rt. 12A, Plainfield, NH

 
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